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FBI Says it Did Nothing Wrong by Monitoring Occupy Movement

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

 The FBI defended its decision to monitor the Occupy movement in Northern California, saying it “respects liberty and privacy and avoids unnecessary intrusions into the lives of law-abiding people,” the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

The American Civil Liberties Union brought the surveillance to light under a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

“Why does a political protest amount to a national security threat?” ACLU attorney Linda Lye asked Monday.

According to the documents, the FBI kept surveillance on a November protest at the Port of Oakland, which protestors succeeded in closing, the Chronicle reported.


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