Homeland Security: Protecting Industry from Democracy

Homeland Security: Protecting Industry from Democracy

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June 8, 2013
 

As Adam Federman reports, spying on American citizens by US intelligence and law enforcement agencies and private security companies is designed to protect industry from democracy. By gathering information and distributing bulletins about environmentally concerned citizens to local and state police, industry and public relations firms, these spies create an infrastructure that ACLU spokesman Mike German — an FBI special agent for 16 years — says is used to cripple political opposition.

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