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Sundance Doc (T)ERROR Blows the Lid Off FBI Informants
FEBRUARY 2, 2015 4:25 PM

Terror Documentary Sundance Film Festival
(T)ERROR directors David Felix Sutcliffe and Lyric R. Cabral
Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images
Lyric R. Cabral was a 22-year-old Columbia University student living in a Harlem brownstone when her downstairs neighbor Saeed Torres disappeared without a trace in May 2005. At the same time Torres vanished, Tarik Shah, a jazz bassist and martial arts expert from the Bronx—and a regular at Torres’s late-night, marijuana-soaked get-togethers that Cabral also frequented—was arrested on charges of plotting to train Al Qaeda fighters in hand-to-hand combat. Though Cabral shared a friendly rapport with Torres over four years, looking back, she started to piece together some of his more unusual habits: keeping multiple cell phones, abruptly ending conversations, not being heard from for several days. Her quest to track down Torres and find out the truth behind his disappearance eventually became the subject of her documentary, (T)ERROR, which won the Special Jury Award for Breakout First Feature at last month’s Sundance Film Festival.
With her (T)ERROR codirector, David Felix Sutcliffe, Cabral reconnects with Torres in 2011, four years after he confessed to her that he was a longtime FBI informant responsible for Shah’s arrest. Now working as a cook in an unnamed state on the East Coast, Torres has dreams of opening a gourmet cupcake shop, but the aging ex-convict and former Black Panther must support his young son, and so he agrees to one last job for the FBI in Pittsburgh. A practicing Muslim with a résumé full of high-profile stings, Torres is an ideal candidate for getting close to persons of interest, or POIs. After 23 years in the field, he wants out, but as we learn during Cabral and Sutcliffe’s compelling and sometimes very sad film, walking away from this line of work isn’t so simple.
Terror Documentary Sundance Film Festival
Photo: Courtesy of the Sundance Institute
“Typically, Saeed is the last person—if no one else can get you to pick up a stinger missile, he’ll somehow get you to engage in that conversation. His whole career has been the clean-up man, the last person to go in,” Cabral explained in Park City last week. Quick-witted and temperamental, Torres makes for a likable screen presence and an unlikely operative: between covert conversations with agents, he’s seen sitting on his kitchen floor studying a recipe for mocha pot de crèmes. That he grants the filmmakers unlimited access is a testament to his trust in Cabral. “It’s the time off camera that creates the comfort on camera: relationship-building, just checking in, asking, ‘How are you?’—things like that were critical to making this film,” said Cabral, who commuted from New York—where she works as a photojournalist for The Nation and The Village Voice—to Pittsburgh over the six months that Torres was embedded there.
Unfolding in real time, Cabral and Sutcliffe’s film explores the FBI’s urgent and seemingly dubious pursuit of the Pittsburgh target, regardless of Torres’s reservations that he was even worth going after. In this sense, (T)ERROR should be seen as ancillary viewing to Laura Poitras’s Citizenfour, both of which touch on issues of surveillance and the right to privacy versus the imperative to prevent terrorism. “I walked into this project with a clear-cut sense of right and wrong. I saw informants as infiltrators, as very problematic individuals,” said Sutcliffe. “Through the course of filming as Saeed told us more about the POI and he showed us what the POI was posting online, it was disturbing. In this case, there was absolutely cause for the FBI to investigate this person. But at what point does the investigation conclude that this person is or is not a threat? Right now there’s no oversight and there’s no accountability for the FBI’s use of informants.” As Torres ruminates on his life’s work with a mix of pride and regret, we begin to understand why he exposed himself, despite the enormous risk it has posed to his safety. Have more

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Documentary gives close-up look at FBI informant's work in Pittsburgh gun case
February 5, 2015 12:00 AM


Khalifa Ali Al-Akili, 37, of Wilkinsburg, was arrested in 2012 on a gun charge following an investigation in which a paid FBI informant tried to goad him into conversations about Islamic radicalism.
Photo by filmmaker David Sutcliffe
Khalifa Ali Al-Akili, 37, of Wilkinsburg, was arrested in 2012 on a gun charge following an investigation in which a paid FBI informant tried to goad him into conversations about Islamic radicalism.

Federal agencies' payments to confidential informants increase

By Rich Lord / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
An FBI informant’s work in a Pittsburgh gun case — laced with hints of domestic terrorism — is the subject of a new documentary that points the camera at the bureau’s use of paid sources.

“(T)ERROR,” by New York City filmmakers Lyric R. Cabral and David Felix Sutcliffe, zooms in on the FBI’s investigation of Khalifa Ali Al-Akili, 37, of Wilkinsburg, a case covered by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The star, though, is self-described longtime “operative” Saeed Sharif Torres.

Torres talked and texted with his FBI handlers in pursuit of evidence of Al-Akili’s terrorist intent, while the filmmakers — unbeknownst to the agents — recorded it all.

At the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, over the weekend, the film won the special jury award for breakout first feature. The filmmakers aim for public release late this year.

“(T)ERROR” is a rare close-up of a paid confidential informant, one of thousands who receive, in all, tens of millions of federal dollars each year.

William Crowley, an FBI spokesman in Pittsburgh, declined to comment on the film. “We’ll stand by the conviction” of Al-Akili, he said.

Previous stories in the
Telling for Dollars series
Feb. 22, 2014: Under False Claims Act, whistleblowers get their share of billions
March 30, 2014: Tipsters get few payments in IRS program
April 27, 2014: U.S. agencies work to hide every detail about thousands of informants
April 26, 2014: Court files reveal million-dollar informants
Oct. 19, 2014
• Confidential informants are an integral but problematic part of federal law enforcement
• How data on confidential informants was gathered and analyzed
• How the federal confidential informant system works
• How an informant torpedoed a cocaine case
Oct. 20, 2014
• An award-winning bust used multiple paid informants
• You too, could be a confidential informant: four case studies
Oct. 21, 2014
• Experts offer solutions to confidential informant problems
Dec. 1, 2014
• Altoona group opposes privately funded drug prosecutions
• Blair County Operation Our Town funds law enforcement and rehab efforts
• Federal agencies’ payments to confidential informants increase
“This case represents such an astronomical injustice that it’s mind-blowing to hear them stand by the conviction,” Mr. Sutcliffe said Wednesday.

Torres, a 63-year-old Muslim now living in South Carolina, flipped from radical to informant in a 1990s plea deal, he told the filmmakers. Faced with a potential 20-year sentence for impersonating a transit officer and robbing a transit booth, he offered to map out the New York City Muslim community for the FBI. His release from prison in 2000, and the 2001 terrorist attacks, paved the way to full-time work, he said.

Torres told the filmmakers he had done around a half-dozen other cases for the bureau, including one for which he was paid $250,000. ‘‘I would like to make this my last assignment,” he said, shortly after his handlers told him to report to Pittsburgh.

The bureau didn’t know that he was acquainted with Ms. Cabral, who had already started to document his work.

Al-Akili, formerly James Marvin Thomas Jr., had a criminal history including drug, gun and assault charges, the most recent in 2006.

Mid-2010 online posts showed him holding a rifle at a firing range. According to “(T)ERROR,” though, the FBI wasn’t content to bust him for being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Al-Akili had a Somali wife, a turban, a shelf of books on guerrilla warfare and a Facebook wall oozing with skepticism about the government and sympathy for Osama bin Laden.

As his FBI handlers directed him, largely through texts, Torres moved to Wilkinsburg, befriended Al-Akili, and tried to shift the conversation toward radical Islam, he told the filmmakers.

When Al-Akili mentioned camping, Torres said, ‘‘We could train, man, like we do in the military.’’

‘‘You all talk that talk, but you won’t walk the walk,’’ the informant told the target.

Torres initially told the filmmakers that Al-Akili seemed dangerous, but later changed his tune. He reluctantly ...

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NEW YORK – The Black Panther Party is back.

Not the one-dimensional, gun-toting, leather-jacket-wearing caricature that dominated news coverage of the black revolutionary organization during its heyday in the 1960s.

And I'm not talking about the Black Panther Party that was both the target and creation of COINTELPRO, the secret FBI counter-intelligence operation that sought to "neutralize" the Panthers by virtually any means necessary.

This most recent incarnation of the Black Panther Party emerged Friday night at the opening of Documentary Fortnight 2015, the Museum of Modern Arts' annual showcase of documentaries.

The movie, The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, is the latest work of Stanley Nelson, himself something of a revolutionary. Nelson's films — eight of which have premiered at the Sundance Film Festival — probe the soft underbelly of America's lingering race problem. From his examination of the Jonestown massacre, the murder of Emmett Till and the 1964 Mississippi voter registration drive, Nelson's works shine a light into the dark places that few other filmmakers venture.

In his latest work, Nelson doesn't rewrite history so much as he reveals a parallel story of a Black Panther Party that was more complex — and well-intended — than was portrayed during the group's tumultuous history. In 1969, then-FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover branded the Black Panther Party "the greatest threat to the internal security of the country."

Nelson's documentary tells the story of Hoover's animus for the Black Panthers — and the organization's bloody conflicts with law enforcement. Many of the clashes were precipitated by the FBI. Of the 295 actions taken by the FBI to "disrupt" black nationalist groups under COINTELPRO, 233 targeted the Black Panthers, a U.S. Senate committee reported in 1976.

"I felt the story of the Panthers hadn't really been told," Nelson said shortly after the screening ended. "I think it was important in this film to find new things."

And he did. The documentary gives more than a fleeting glimpse of the role played by black women in the Black Panther Party. By the end of the 1960s, it reveals, a majority of the group's members were women. Among others, it gives voice to Kathleen Cleaver, the influential wife of Eldridge Cleaver, the Panthers' minister of information, and to Elaine Brown, who replaced him in that job.

But it is the relevance of Nelson's documentary to the recent spate of run-ins between blacks and cops that makes his theatrical resurrection of the Black Panther Party a compelling bit of filmmaking. In one scene, actor Marlon Brando decries the police shooting of a young member of the organization. "That could have been my son lying there," Brando said, sounding eerily similar to what President Obama said on the heels of the killing of Trayvon Martin at the hands of George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchman and wannabe policeman. "You know, when (Martin) was first shot I said that this could have been my son," Obama said in July 2013.

Nelson's film tells us about the Black Panthers' efforts to address some of the most daunting social programs in black communities around the country. At the height of its breakfast program, the group served 20,000 meals a week to poor children, it operated free health clinics and free food giveaway programs in inner city neighborhoods.

Of course, Nelson's film is not the whole truth of the Black Panther Party. But it is a large part of what has gone missing in the


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Katherine Eban’s groundbreaking 2007 report revealed how two psychologists helped train the C.I.A. to waterboard.

The story of how psychologists helped pioneer the C.I.A.’s post-9/11 program of aggressive interrogation techniques (read: torture), first told by Katherine Eban in Vanity Fair in 2007, is being adapted into a new film by HBO, VF.com can announce.

In the original story, titled “Rorschach and Awe,” Eban described how two psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and Bruce Jessen, became the C.I.A.’s go-to evangelists for a new menu of abusive techniques, including waterboarding, that they reverse-engineered from an old U.S. program designed to train soldiers to withstand torture by Communist adversaries. Eban’s discoveries were later reinforced by the U.S. Senate’s torture report, released in 2014.

The film will be written and directed by The Bourne Ultimatum writer Scott Z. Burns. Burns will also serve as executive producer alongside The Knick’s Michael Sugar, in conjunction with their respective production companies, W

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Katherine Eban’s groundbreaking 2007 report revealed how two psychologists helped train the C.I.A. to waterboard.


The story of how psychologists helped pioneer the C.I.A.’s post-9/11 program of aggressive interrogation techniques (read: torture), first told by Katherine Eban in Vanity Fair in 2007, is being adapted into a new film by HBO, VF.com can announce.

In the original story, titled “Rorschach and Awe,” Eban described how two psychologists, James Elmer Mitchell and Bruce Jessen, became the C.I.A.’s go-to evangelists for a new menu of abusive techniques, including waterboarding, that they reverse-engineered from an old U.S. program designed to train soldiers to withstand torture by Communist adversaries. Eban’s discoveries were later reinforced by the U.S. Senate’s torture report, released in 2014.

The film will be written and directed by The Bourne Ultimatum writer Scott Z. Burns. Burns will also serve as executive producer alongside The Knick’s Michael Sugar, in conjunction with their respective production compan

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Against the Odds: Conversation with Darryl Cherney, Earth First! Activist & Producer of “WHO BOMBED JUDI BARI?”
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Before global warming permeated contemporary consciousness, Earth First! activists Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney popularized protests against clear-cutting in the 1980’s. On May 24th, 1990 in Oakland, California, a bomb exploded in Judi Bari’s car and the former union organizer suffered debilitating injuries alongside Cherney. “Who Bombed Judi Bari?,” a new compelling and poetic documentary film directed by Mary Liz Thomson and produced by Cherney, explores attempts by the FBI and Oakland Police to accuse Bari of planting the bomb herself and the subsequent lawsuit against the agencies that attempted to silence both environmentalists. The film, which plays out like a Hollywood drama, offers a surprising and uplifting resolution: in 2002, a federal jury found that 3 FBI agents and 3 Oakland officers were guilty of violating Bari and Cherney’s civil rights and ordered the law enforcement agencies to pay $4.4 million. Yet, like the killing of J.F.K, the film reveals an unsolved mystery: who then, is the actual bomber of Judi Bari? In 2011, their legal team secured a stop order preventing the FBI from destroying evidence that could contain the bomber’s DNA and ordered it turned over to an independent lab for testing. The FBI is appealing the order. The following interview with Cherney offers his thoughts as to the bomber’s identity, as well as insights about perseverance against impossible odds, lessons for today’s Occupy movement.

Margot Pepper: Charles Hurwitz replaced Pacific Lumber’s sustainable growth policy with one of clear-cutting old growth in redwood forests under Maxxam Inc. How do you feel about

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How this FBI strategy is actually creating US-based terrorists
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There's an organization responsible for more terrorism plots in the United States than al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab and ISIS combined: The FBI. How? Why? In an eye-opening talk, investigative journalist Trevor Aaronson reveals a disturbing FBI practice that breeds terrorist plots by exploiting Muslim-Americans with mental health problems.

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ew York film festival 2015
Laura Poitras takes documentaries into the future with Field of Vision

With an ambitious new visual-journalism unit at The Intercept, the Citizenfour director is planning to take non-fiction film-making into the unknown
Laura Poitras, alongside AJ Schnack and Charlotte Cook, has launched a new-visual journalism unit
Laura Poitras, alongside AJ Schnack and Charlotte Cook, has launched a new visual journalism unit. Photograph: Malte Jaeger/Observer

Wednesday 30 September 2015 14.25 EDT
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Laura Poitras doesn’t like to rest on her laurels. Less than a year after winning a Pulitzer prize for reporting on Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations and netting an Oscar for the ensuing documentary Citizenfour, she’s back in the spotlight with Asylum: a new short-form episodic series. In it she shadows Julian Assange as he publishes classified diplomatic cables and seeks asylum in Ecuador’s London embassy.

Three episodes of her series, which serve as a prequel of sorts to Citizenfour, premiered on Sunday at the New York film festival. The shorts – scored by Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails – were completed under the banner of Poitras’s new visual journalism unit, Field of Vision, which she recently launched with fellow film-maker AJ Schnack and producer/writer Charlotte Cook, in collaboration with The Intercept, the adversarial journalism website she co-founded in 2014 with Jeremy Scahill and Glenn Greenwald. Both are funded by billionaire Pierre Omidyar’s First Look Media.

Field of Vision aims to commission 40 to 50 original episodic and individual short-form nonfiction films each year. At Sunday’s premiere, Field of Vision not only screened the Asylum episodes, but also unveiled five additional commissioned shorts, some of which are now available to stream online. Standouts were Kirsten Johnson’s The Above, which ominously contrasts surveillance blimps in Afghanistan and the US, and Heloisa Passos’s moving Birdie, about a homeless fruit vendor and his two dogs trying to get by on the bustling streets of Rio (Poitras says Birdie will get follow-up installments).

Dressed all in black and seated in the sleek offices of The Intercept in Manhattan the morning after the premiere, Poitras speaks excitedly of how Field of Vision came about: “I wanted to be able to hire a team of people who would be commissioning videos – visual journalism – to see the range of people’s skills and talents within the non-fiction community.”

It was while working on the final edit of Citizenfour that she enlisted Schnack and Cook to help her with the venture. Together, the three assigned stories from around the globe that they felt merited a platform, to directors of their choosing. The results make up what they dub “the first season”. A second batch of shorts is set to debut in early 2016.
‘There’s no reason to not take risks.’ - Laura Poitras
Laura Poitras: ‘There’s no reason to not take risks.’ Photograph: Marco de Swart/AFP/Getty Images

Poitras stresses that Field of Vision is first and foremost “film-maker driven”. She and her co-creators stay true to that mission by entrusting their commissioned film-makers with telling the story the best way they see fit. Directors retain copyright; and should they choose to extend the short into a feature, they can do so without interference. Contributors are paid out of the budgets Poitras and co allocate for each individual project. And while the shorts that have premiered so far are all commissioned works, they’re open to receiving pitches from film-makers unfamiliar to them.

The existence of Field of Vision was only made public earlier this month, shortly before the NYFF event was announced. Schnack says they kept the news under lock and key to avoid building hype – and potentially failing to deliver on it: “We wanted to be more just like, ‘OK here we go, and in just a few weeks you’ll start to see the work.’”
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He needn’t have worried. Field of Vision is a bracing initiative that takes the documentary form into new and exciting directions. The five shorts that screened on Sunday were all unequivocally strong, as were the first few episodes of Asylum. Field of Vision’s impact has yet to be assessed, but it’s hard

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Dr Steven Greer MD gets my 10 star rating
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CBS network refuses to advertise Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford's Truth


The broadcaster says that the film, dramatising a 2004 newsroom scandal, does a disservice to the public and to journalists
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US television network CBS has declined to show adverts for the film Truth, a Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford-led political drama that details an embarrassing episode in the company’s history.

James Vanderbilt’s film centres on a 2004 report on CBS News’s 60 Minutes alleging that president George W Bush received preferential treatment during his stint in the Texas Air National Guard in the late 1960s and early 70s. At the time of the news broadcast, Bush was fighting a white-knuckle election campaign against Democratic challenger John Kerry, whose own military record was also put under the media microscope.
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Dan Rather, played in the film by Redford, was forced out of his longstanding position as the anchor of 60 Minutes after rightwing bloggers suggested that memos alleging that Bush shirked his military service had been faked. CBS later apologised for the report, and producer Mary Mapes (played by Blanchett) was fired, along with three other executives.

Truth opened in US cinemas on 16 October. The studio Sony had hoped to buy advertising on 60 Minutes, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the CBS Evening News and CBS This Morning. But Sherri Callan, president of media buyer Callan Advertising, told the Associated Press that a multi-million-dollar offer was turned down due to what CBS has called inaccuracies and distortions in the film.

Reviewing the film after its debut at the Toronto film festival, the Guardian’s Catherine Shoard described it as a “one-note rally for the converted that gets your pulse racing even if you’re rolling your eyes”.
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In one scene, a producer is seen ranting about network owner Viacom, the implication being that Viacom executives quashed the story due to their links with the Bush administration.

CBS spokesman Gil Schwartz (played by Steve Bastoni in the film) issued a statement earlier this month attacking Truth’s alleged inaccuracies. “It’s astounding how little truth there is in Truth,” he said. “There are, in fact, too many distortions, evasions and baseless conspiracy theories to enumerate them all. The film tries to turn gross errors of journalism and judgment into acts of heroism and martyrdom. That’s a disservice not just to the public but to journalists across the world who go out every day and do everything within their power, sometimes at great risk to themselves, to get the story right.”

Truth’s film-makers have responded: “Although we understand CBS wants to put this episode behind them, it’s disappointing that they seem to be so concerned about our film. The events depicted in Truth are still vigorously debated, and that’s a good thing. It’s a fascinating story at the intersection of politics, media and corporate America and features powerhouse performances from Cate Blanchett, Robert Redford and the rest of the cast. We hope people will see the film and judge for themselves.”

While Sony have not been able to advertise the film on 60 Minutes or other CBS broadcasts, publicity surrounding the network’s decision does appear conveniently well-timed for the studio, which is pushing Truth as an Oscars contender. Variety suggests that the network tol

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Guilt-Ridden FBI Informant Admits to Overzealous Prosecution of Muslims in Eye-Opening Expose’

It’s no surprise that government surveillance of Muslims has intensified since 9/11. That scrutiny has paid off, as it seems like once a month or so, we hear about how another terrorist plot has been thwarted by authorities just before it was about to be hatched.

FBI, Informant, (T)error, Muslims, manufacturing homegrown jihadis, eye-opening expose', Film ReviewHowever, upon closer scrutiny, it actually turns out that the FBI might just be setting traps for dummies who really have neither the desire nor the wherewithal to mount an attack. According to this incendiary investigation, the Bureau has basically been manufacturing homegrown jihadis by supplying the bombs and looking for gullible marks willing to say they’d light the fuse. And once they answer “yes” to an agent posing as a radical Islamist, off they go to a federal penitentiary for a very long stretch.

Granted, no one wants to see any ISIS-inspired mayhem occur on American soil. But by the same token, there is a legitimate question to be asked as to what lengths an undercover operative ought to go to determine whether a Muslim might be inclined to commit mass murder in the name of Allah.

That is the subject of (T)error, an eye-opening expose’ co-directed by Lyric Cabral and David Sutcliffe. The documentary zeroes-in on the exploits of Saeed “Shariff” Torres, a Black Panther-turned-police snitch who received a six-figure salary to infiltrate mosques and snitch on fellow Muslims.

Shariff has a great track record, having helped convict eight religious extremists. His most notorious case was against Tarik Shah, a famous jazz bassist who played with everybody from Betty Carter to Pharoah to Ahmad Jamal. Well, Shariff befriended the cash-strapped musician, first taking bass lessons from him, and then offering him a big payday for participating in a conspiracy.FBI, Informant, (T)error, Muslims, manufacturing homegrown jihadis, eye-opening expose', Film Review

I know what you’re thinking, why feel sorry for anyone who’d even think of siding with the enemy? Still, there is something unsettling about overbearing Shariff’s way of pressuring his targets after gaining their confidence. Plus, he never had to testify in court against them, except in the case against the last fanatic he fingered. That would be Khalifah Al-Akili, a devout, mild-mannered Muslim with a wife and young child.

The FBI relocated Shariff from New York to Pittsburgh so he could ingratiate himself with the Muslim community, in general, and with Khalifah, specifically. For the next couple of years, Shariff tried to induce him to join a terrorist cell.

But that proved to be an exercise in futility since the man clearly had no radical tendencies. In fact, Khalifah suspected Shariff of trying to entrap him and even begged to just be left alone. Nevertheless, the FBI was hellbent on nailing him for something, and he was ultimately convicted on a lame weapons charge after he fired an unregistered rifle on a gun range.

Now 63, in failing health, and consumed with overwhelming regret, Shariff belatedly feels used. Of ruining Khalifah’s life, he says, “He’s not a terrorist. He’s not even a pseudo-terrorist.” Forget a bomb, “He wouldn’t throw rice at a wedding.” Shariff fur

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Carmel International Film Festival to screen film professor’s new documentary

Jennifer Maytorena Taylor’s new film ‘Daisy & Max’ premieres on the Al Jazeera America television channel Oct. 25

October 20, 2015

By Scott Rappaport
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Jennifer Maytorena Taylor, UC Santa Cruz Assistant Professor of Film and Dgital Media

“Daisy and Max is not the film I had planned to make,” says UC Santa Cruz assistant professor of film and digital media Jennifer Maytorena Taylor.

Taylor had originally chosen Max, a former gang member, and Daisy, a victim of gang violence, to be model characters for a new documentary film about a successful violence intervention program.

As a teenager, Daisy had watched her older sister bleed to death in the driveway of her family’s house after being shot by a gang member. She had gone on to become a social worker, now studying for a doctorate in counseling,

Max was in and out of and prison before he turned his life around working for the City of Los Angeles’s pioneering gang intervention

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Anti-war protestors, reporter to share story of how they exposed FBI secret surveillance program

Oct. 26, 2015



INDIANAPOLIS -- It was 1971. The nation was gripped by anti-war and civil-rights protests.

John and Bonnie Raines were part of an eight-member group of anti-Vietnam War protestors who broke into an FBI office outside of Philadelphia and stole as many as 1,000 documents. The group leaked the files to journalists, who used them to produce months of headlines. The stolen documents would expose COINTELPRO, a secret FBI surveillance program that targeted Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Angela Davis and many others.

The Raineses will take the stage in Indianapolis next month to share their story of civil disobedience, civil rights and the role of government surveillance in modern society during a public panel discussion. A related film will be shown the next day at the Central Library location of the Indianapolis Public Library.

Betty Medsger, the Washington Post reporter who broke the COINTELPRO story and revealed the identities of the burglars in her 2014 book, "The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover's Secret FBI," will join the Raineses for the panel discussion, titled "Surveillance, Resistance

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The Black Panther Party and the "Undying Love for the People"
Saturday, 07 November 2015 00:00 By Flint Taylor, In These Times | Film Review


Black Panthers: Vanguard Of The Revolution. (Photo: Stephen Shames / Polaris)Black Panthers: Vanguard Of The Revolution. (Photo: Stephen Shames / Polaris)

Starting with a premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Stanley Nelson, Laurens Grant, Aljernon Tunsil, and Firelight Media's made-for-PBS documentary on the history of the Black Panther Party has been touring the country. The feature length film—named, not without a touch of irony, The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution—has attracted large audiences, much acclaim, and some criticism, most notably from former Black Panther leader Elaine Brown, who called it "a two-dimensional palliative for white people and Negroes who are comfortable in America's oppressive status quo."

Nelson, Grant and Tunsil are African-American documentary filmmakers of note, having to their collective credit documentaries on Emmet Till, Freedom Summer, Jesse Owens and the Freedom Riders. In his director's statement, Nelson describes his mission in making the film:

Seven years ago, I set out to tell the story of the rise and fall of the Black Panther Party, a little known history that hadn't been told in its entirety. In particular, I wanted to offer a unique and engaging opportunity to examine a very complex moment in time that challenges the cold, oversimplified narrative of a Panther who is prone to violence and consumed with anger. Thoroughly examining the history of the Black Panther Party allowed me to sift through the fragmented perceptions and find the core driver of the movement: the Black Panther Party emerged out of a love for their people and a devotion to empowering them. This powerful display of the human spirit, rooted in heart, is what compelled me to communicate this story accurately.

Several powerful documentaries paved the way for Firelight's film. In 1969, radical filmmakers Mike Gray and Howard Alk made a black-and-white 16 millimeter film called American Revolution II, which chronicled the Chicago Black Panther Party's efforts in forging a Rainbow Coalition among white, Puerto Rican and African-American organizations.

During their filming, Gray and Alk were inspired by a 21-year-old messianic Black Panther Party leader, Chairman Fred Hampton, and set out making a sequel to American Revolution II. They shot some remarkable footage of Hampton and the Chicago Panthers, but before they had finished the film, Hampton was murdered in his bed, the victim of a conspiracy hatched as part of the FBI's then-secret COINTELPRO program and executed by the Chicago police and the State's Attorney of Cook County, Edward V. Hanrahan.

Summoned to the apartment to film the murder scene, Gray and Alk then transformed their film into The Murder of Fred Hampton, which powerfully proved Hanrahan's claim that the Panthers shot it out with the police to be a bold-faced lie, and that the raid was in fact a pre-planned police murder. The movie premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, but was not widely viewed in this country. It was, however, seen in New York City by a young man named of Stanley Nelson.

In 1987, African-American film producer Henry Hampton's series Eyes on the Prize aired on PBS. The six-part series documented the early civil rights struggle, and three years later, PBS aired Eyes on the Prize II. This eight-part sequel chronicled the evolution of the civil rights struggle during the last half of the 1960s and through the 1970s as it moved north, became radicalized while also entering the realm of electoral politics.

One episode, entitled "Power" and narrated by Julian Bond, described the rise of the Black Panther Party in Oakland California and featured interviews with former national BPP leaders Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale. A few weeks later, Henry Hampton, his

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Compelled to Action: The Story of Citizens Alert trailer
from John Lyons Plus 3 years ago Not Yet Rated

From the 1969 murder of Black Panther Chairman Fred Hampton to the 2010 conviction of Chicago Police Commander Jon Burge, Citizens Alert has been a voice for victims of police violence and torture.
Through in-depth interviews with Mary Powers, victims of police torture and their families, pioneering lawyers who prosecuted torturers in the Chicago Police department, and dedicated activists, Compelled to Action tells the remarkable story of a small group of people who, in the face of institutional ignorance, corruption and abuse, dedicated themselves to making their city and their world a more effective, compassionate and humane place.

Compelled to Action is scheduled for release in the spring of 2013.

I shot and am editing this film, which is directed by longtime collaborator Jackie Rivet-River.

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Here's How One Activist Convinced the FBI to Leave Him Alone
Sunday, 20 December 2015 00:00


Newly released FBI documents confirm what some activist groups have argued for years: when FBI agents come knocking, the best response is to shut the door and call the press.

Leslie Pickering is no stranger to FBI harassment. Years ago, he was a spokesperson for the radical environmental group the Earth Liberation Front. By publicly making statements in support of militant tactics like property destruction, he immediately drew the attention of law enforcement. Today, he helps run an anarchist bookstore - and has found that the government is still monitoring his mail and First Amendment activity.

Pickering has been working with his attorney, Michael Kuzma, to obtain FBI documents about him. The court has ordered the FBI to process and release 30,000+ pages of his FBI file. In the first batch of those documents he has received, there is an account of the FBI's decision to "forego an interview" and not visit Pickering.

The reason?

Pickering never talked, and future visits could result in bad press for the FBI.

"In previous investigations, Pickering was not cooperative with interviewers," the document says. "Additionally, Pickering has used a possible FBI investigation against him to gain publicity in the local and national press. SSA concurrence was obtained to forego an interview."

Author Kristian Williams says Pickering's documents are a good example of the power and importance of non-cooperation and public exposure. Williams is the author of Our Enemies in Blue: Police and Power in America, and has also written about FBI harassment.

"The FBI's decision not to approach Pickering shows that, one, if you refuse to talk it reduces the likelihood that they'll approach you again (and conversely, talking at all only increases the likelihood they'll come back)," Williams told me. "And two, the FBI really doesn't like it when the people they're investigating publicize the fact, and if they think you will, they're less likely to try to approach you in the first place."

This often runs counter to activists' instincts in these situations, which is to attempt to talk their way out of it. And activists sometimes don't want to publicize the FBI visit, Williams said, because it could make other activists afraid to continue organizing, or it could be perceived as self-promotion.

Pickering says he understands those feelings, but documents like this show that non-cooperation, combined with media outreach, is the best response.

"It's never been easy resisting federal investigators or dealing with the mainstream media," Pickering said. "However, I have no doubt that full and consistent resistance of all these


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When you speak of death squad activities, do not forget to mention what is being done to innocent citizens in the United States on an individual basis. Much has been stated about the abuse and use of Law Enforcements tactics concerning kill/suppression programs. I would encourage you to read my current posts as these will give an overview of how this program works.

The use of a small percentage of law enforcement individuals to employ technology based kill programs on Americans has proliferated in the past 10 years. I have compiled a list of agents/informants that I felt compelled to post on. It will take me a few years to post this correctly with accuracy.

This body of information has been verified and relayed to me by detectives that I have known personally for over seven years.

What I have seen and heard directly relates to a kill/suppression network program that is comprised of detectives as well as informants. 

The nature of this program is simple in design. It is protocol for the selected target to be set up with an initial meeting with an agent that is skilled in "deprogramming". Deprogramming refers to coercive measures to force a person in a controversial belief system to change those beliefs and abandon there previous beliefs.

After the initial meeting period the agent will have gained access to the individuals home and have knowledge of everything the person does daily. It is at this time that the focus shifts from what would seem to be a healthy friendship/relationship to a protocol called indoctrination with the help of technology used to help cause PTSD symptoms and instill the beliefs that the detective sees relevant to this target.

It is most often that these agents are "Romeo Agents" although if forming a relationship is not possible they will befriend the person if that is all they can attain.

It is at this time when the person targeted will begin to rely on the detective and depend on him/her for there needs due to the actions directed by the controlling detective. Most often a move to the safe house residence is offered to a target to induce further "bonding" of detective to target. At this time the target may not even know that the harassment is coming from the detective as they do everything to point the harassment as coming from the targets friends, family and common people that they see on a daily basis. 

If a move is made and the target seeks refuge with the "Romeo Agent", the detective has the ability to employ any and all techniques on a highly individualized basis. These techniques serve only to confuse the target about where the harassment s coming from. It also is there to ensure that when the detective decides to "pull out", it may take some time before the target can make sense of what has happened. This process from beginning to end can span up to 5 years or more.

There is a network of safe houses across the United States that are set up as "field offices" that look quite normal from the street. Inside individuals have moved targets to the site and isolated them there in order to insure total control of stimulus, food and activity.

The experimental technologies that many talk about are not that mysterious or experimental at all. The technology is perfected and relies on basic scientific principle that were developed with the help of the military as well as small privatized companies.

Depending on the constitution of the target, the target may be scheduled for a long indoctrination process intended to shatter the persons belief system and make it appear as though the target is to blame for his/her onset of problems when the source is actually the detective.

If the target has an exceptionally strong will and can survive through using strategies to survive that would be akin to a POW long enough to leave the safe house on there own power, they can resume a normal lifestyle. It is often to the dismay of the detective that years are considered by what my detective source has told me as "wasted allocation of resources".

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When you speak of death squad activities, do not forget to mention what is being done to innocent citizens in the United States on an individual basis. Much has been stated about the abuse and use of Law Enforcements tactics concerning kill/suppression programs. I would encourage you to read my prior posts to see exactly how this program is set up.

The use of a small percentage of law enforcement individuals to employ technology based kill programs on Americans has proliferated in the past 10 years. I have compiled a list of agents/informants that I felt compelled to post on.

This body of information has been verified and relayed to me by detectives that I have known personally for over seven years.

What I have seen and heard directly relates to a kill/suppression network program that is comprised of detectives as well as informants. 

The nature of this program is simple in design. It is protocol for the selected target to be set up with an initial meeting with an agent that is skilled in "deprogramming". Deprogramming refers to coercive measures to force a person in a controversial belief system to change those beliefs and abandon there previous beliefs.

After the initial meeting period the agent will have gained access to the individuals home and have knowledge of everything the person does daily. It is at this time that the focus shifts from what would seem to be a healthy friendship/relationship to a protocol called indoctrination with the help of technology used to help cause PTSD symptoms and instill the beliefs that the detective sees relevant to this target.

It is most often that these agents are "Romeo Agents" although if forming a relationship is not possible that will befriend the person if that is all they can attain.

It is at this time when the person targeted will begin to rely on the detective and depend on him/her for there needs due to the actions directed by the controlling detective. Most often a move is offered to a target to induce further "bonding" of detective to target. 

There is a network of safe houses across the United States that are set up as "field offices" that look quite normal from the street. Inside individuals have moved targets to the site and isolated them there in order to insure total control of stimulus, food and activity.

The experimental technologies that many talk about are not that mysterious or experimental at all. The technology is perfected and relies on basic scientific principle that were developed with the help of the military as well as small privatized companies.

Depending on the constitution of the target, the target may be scheduled for a long indoctrination process intended to shatter the persons belief system and make it appear as though the target is to blame for his/her onset of problems when the source is actually the detective.

If the target has a strong will the indoctrination process will not go as planned. This has been relayed to me by a detective source as a "loss of allocation of resources"as many years can be wasted if the Detective is a failure.

What is perceived by the targeted person to be harassment after the detective pulls out is only the result of prior abuse. Most times the target is not being harassed at all. The last thing the detectives want to do is re-introduce more detectives from this program to the original target.

Targets need to remember that the last thing they should do is blame or take action on anyone at this time. There is nothing that the original assigned personnel would want more than for this target to believe that anyone and everyone is involved when nothing could be farther than the truth. Document everything and learn to utilize the rights that you were born with.

There are good people in this world, and it has been relayed to me that the targets that survive and survive happily are the ones that maintain family bonds, friendships and continue to live as though they are not victims. They have the greatest chance to lead a normal life. It has been relayed to me that this type of failed indoctrination target is known as a "hot broken arrow".

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The material posted here is to remind you THAT as a voter and taxpayer you fund the organizational model of the FBI Crime family.

Here is a partial list of books,links and documentary videos detailing crimes committed by FBI agents.

annotated bibliography

Aaronson, Trevor. The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI's Manufactured War on Terrorism
Ig Publishing Brooklyn New York 2013
Exposes how the FBI has, under the guise of engaging in counterterrorism since 9/11, built a network of more than 15,000 informants whose primary purpose is to infiltrate Muslim communities to create and facilitate phony terrorist plots so that the Bureau can then claim it is winning the war on terror.

Bari, Judi. TIMBER WARS. Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Press, 1994.
The F.B.I. attempted to stop the political activity of Judi Bari and Daryl Cherney by exploding a
bomb under their car. Daryl Cherney and Judi Bari filed a Civil lawsuit
against the FBI and Oakland police. A jury awarded them $4.4 million
dollars in 2003. see http://www.judibari.org

Bowen Roger. INNOCENCE IS NOT ENOUGH: The Life and Death of Herbert Norman
New York USA M.E. Sharpe Inc 1988
Looks at FBI assassination of Herbert Norman, Canadian Ambassador to Egypt.

Buitrago, Ann Mari. F.B.I. FILES. Grove Press, 1981.
Covers the procedures for obtaining and interpreting your F.B.I. file.

Burnham, David. ABOVE THE LAW. Scribner, 1996.
Looks at secret deals and fixing of cases by the Justice Department for corporations.
Burnham was the New York Times reporter who broke the story about New York City cop Serpico and Police corruption.
He was the reporter on route to meet Karen Silkwood when she was found murdered. Read his other book A LAW UNTO ITSELF.
It details how FBI agents collaborate with the IRS to target political activists.
see his important website about the FBI
here http://trac.syr.edu/

Burnham, David A LAW UNTO ITSELF Vintage January 30, 1991 ISBN-10: 0679732837
Exposes FBI agents using the IRS to cripple political activists.

Buttino, Frank. A SPECIAL AGENT. William Morrow, 1993.
Investigates F.B.I. attacks on gay FBI agents .
This book is written by a FBI agent who is gay. It details how other FBI
agents tormented him .

Carson, Clayborne. MALCOLM X: THE F.B.I. FILE. Carroll & Graf, 1991.
Looks at the evidence for the F.B.I. assassination of Malcolm X.

Cashill,Jack, Sanders,James. FIRST STRIKE Thomas Nelson Press, 2003
Overwhelming evidence presented by Dr. Cashill on the downing of TWA
Flight 800 by a missle over Long Island and the ensuing cover-up by FBI
agents.One of my favorite books. see their documentary about the same
subject called SILENCED here

Charns, Alexander. CLOAK AND GAVEL. University of Illinois Press. 1992.
After reviewing thousands of pages of FBI documents the attorney author
exposes the FBI illegal phone tapping of the Supreme Court and how the
FBI fix court cases and work behind the scenes to get "their man"
appointed to the Supreme Court. Written by a lawyer active in Human

Churchill, Ward. AGENTS OF REPRESSION. South End Press, 1988.
Professor Churchill gives first hand accounts of F.B.I. death squad
activities. This book is a classic and is a must read along with THE

Churchill, Ward. THE COINTELPRO PAPERS. South End Press, 1990.
Explores how the F.B.I. disrupts legitimate political activities and engage in Death Squad activities.

Criley, Richard. THE F.B.I. VS. THE FIRST AMENDMENT. First Amendment Foundation, 1990.
Looks at the destruction of the First Amendment by the F.B.I.

KENNEDY. McGraw-Hill, 1989.
A must read book in understanding how the FBI has used the Mafia to carry out the assassination of President Kennedy.

De Camp, John. THE FRANKLIN COVERUP. AWT Publishers, 1992.
A former Republican state senator from Nebraska writes about a
pedophile ring involved in the kidnaping, sexual torture and murder of
children that went all the way to the Bush White House.
Attorney DeCamp discusses the FBI role in the coverup of this case and
the murder of a special prosecutor appointed to investigate the
pedophile ring.This book will keep you awake at night and is an active
barometer for evil indexing how the FBI crime family operates.

Foundation, 1999. Examines FBI campaign of terror to undermine civil
liberties. Attorney Dempsey worked for Congressman Don Edwards who was
a former FBI agent.

Diamond, Sigmund. COMPROMISED CAMPUS. Oxford University Press, 1992.
Professor Diamond attempts to get F.B.I. files showing collaboration
between F.B.I. agents and professors at universities from 1945-1955.
The FBI created the Patriot Act , in part, because of this book.

Donner, Frank. PROTECTORS OF PRIVILEGE. University of California Press, 1990.
Looks at the death squad collaboration between local police and F.B.I. agents to stifle the Bill of Rights.

Dwyer, James. TWO SECONDS UNDER THE WORLD. Diane publishers 1997.
The most important book you will read on understanding FBI agents Floyd
and Anticev creating the 1993 terrorist act at the World Trade Center.
This book lays out in detail how the FBI engineered
the 1993 World Trade Center explosion.

Edmonds, Sibel D Classified Woman-The Sibel Edmonds Story: A Memoir
2012 Sibel D Edmonds publisher
In this startling new memoir, former FBI agent/analyst Sibel Edmonds—the most classified woman in U.S. history—takes us on a surreal journey that begins with the secretive FBI and down the dark halls of a feckless Congress to a stonewalling judiciary and finally, to the national security whistleblowers movement she spearheaded.

Emerson, Steven and Brian Duffy. THE FALL OF PAN AM 103. G.B. Putnam's Sons, 1990.
Oliver Revell was the number 2 man at the F.B.I. until he was demoted
by F.B.I. Director William Sessions to the Dallas Field Office. His son
Chris Revell had tickets for Pan Am 103, but he changed his flight two days before the plane
exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland. See Ross Gelbspan's book, BREAK-INS,
DEATH THREATS AND THE FBI to get a fuller picture of Oliver Revell.

Flannery, Greg . REACH OUT AND TAP SOMEONE . In These Times Magazine
March 1989 issue
This article appeared in the March issue of the national publication IN THESE TIMES.
It details the massive illegal FBI wiretap program
placed on US Presidents, members of Congress, Judges, people of color, local politicians during the 1970's thru the 1980's. This was before the Patriot Act.
More important it details how FBI agents working with local police were committing voter fraud and arson.
see https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=

Foerstel, Herbert. SURVEILLANCE IN THE STACKS. Greenwood Press, 1991.
Looks at attempts by the F.B.I. to get librarians to spy on the American public .The FBI created the Library Clauses in the Patriot Act because of this book.

Gallagher, Dorothy. ALL THE RIGHT ENEMIES. Penguin Books, 1988.
The F.B.I. utilized the Mafia to carry out its executions against Presidents and political activists from 1930 through 2000.
Carlos Tresca was one of their victims.

Gelbspan, Ross. BREAK- INS, DEATH THREATS, AND THE F.B.I. South End Press, 1991.
This Pulitzer Prize winning reporter formerly with the Boston Globe,
details the F.B.I. death squad collaboration with the death squads in
El Salvador and their attacks upon American groups opposed to those
death squads.

Glick, Brian. WAR AT HOME. South End Press, 1989.
Attorney Glick details the F.B.I.’s covert war against political activists.

Goulet, Donald Chesuncook Author House 2008
Autobiography of a FBI agent plagued by mental illness.

House, 1998.
Contains detailed evidence about the FBI alliance with the terrorist
underworld, and how FBI agent provocateurs are behind many of the
current bombings that have plagued the United States since the fall of
the Berlin Wall. Some current thinking has FBI agents creating these
acts to fill the void caused by the downfall of communism and replacing
communism with the new boogeyman Islam.

Holland, Max . Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat
Deep Throat FBI Supervisor Mark Felt, the number two guy in the FBI during Watergate, was leaking, not out of concern for public good but rather because he was angry he was not getting the top spot in the bureau
University Press Kansas 2012

Hougan, Jim. SPOOKS. William Morrow, 1978.
Important book detailing the life of former F.B.I. agent Robert Maheux
and his relationship with the Mafia. Groundbreaking book in
understanding FBI collaboration with the Mafia, using it to carry out
assassinations on President Kennedy, Martin Luther King and others.
Maheux was the liason between the Mafia and the FBI when the FBI assassinated President Kennedy and Martin Luther King.

Kaiser, Marty . Odyssey of an Eavesdropper( My Life in electronic
countermeasures and my battle against the FBI) W Carroll & Graf 2005
Author exposes wiretapping crimes committed by FBI agents as well as
Business Fraud. He built the wiretapping devices for FBI agents that
were later used in crimes committed against people like Martin Luther
King and public officials.After exposing FBI agents kickback schemes to
Congress the author became a target of retaliation by tax payer funded
FBI agents. see http://www.martykaiser.com/odyssey2.htm

Keith, Jim. OK BOMB. Illuminate, 1996.
Explores FBI coverup in the Oklahoma City bombing investigation.

Kelly, John F. TAINTING EVIDENCE. The Free Press 1998. The book is
based on testimony of FBI lab Whistleblower Dr. Frederick Whitehurst ,
an employee of the FBI for 17 years. Shows how bad the FBI Lab is run.
Dr. Whitehurst was the chemist who analyzed Timothy McVeigh's clothes
for traces of ammonium nitrate and was removed from the case when he
did not find any bomb residue.

Lehr, Dick & O'Neill, Gerard. BLACK MASS. Public Affairs, 2000.
Looks at the FBI's collaboration in Boston with the Mafia and Irish Mob
between 1960 and 2001 in which they collaborated in the murder of 21
women,children and men. Important book showing how the FBI uses the
Mafia to commit political and other assassinations .see

Lindauer, Susan Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq 2010 Susan Lindauer publisher
More evidence showing the FBI, CIA and other government agencies created 911.
What if the government decided to invent a great lie to justify a disastrous war and a questionable anti-terrorism policy? What would happen to the people who know the truth? EXTREME PREJUDICE delivers an explosive, high tension expose of the real facts surrounding the CIA's advance warnings of 9/11 and an insider's look at Pre-War Intelligence, told by one of the very few U.S. Assets covering Iraq before the War.

McGhee , Millie WHAT'S DONE IN THE DARK Allen Morris 2005
The author is a afro american relative of FBI Director J Edgar Hoover
who is successful in presenting evidence that FBI Director Hoover is part African-American
and related to her.
The book details the research conducted by Ms McGhee and how FBI agents tried to stop her from writing the book. Photographs show reunion of white and black relatives united by the research in this book. FBI Director J Edgar Hoover was the descendant of Mississippi slaves.

Melanson, Phillip. THE MURKIN CONSPIRACY. Praeger, 1989.
Professor Melanson looks at the F.B.I.’s role in the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Melanson, Phillip. THE ROBERT KENNEDY ASSASSINATION. Shapolsky, 1991.
Professor Melanson was in charge of the Robert Kennedy archives at the University of Massachusetts.
He detailed the F.B.I.’s role as one of the principal architects in the assassination of Robert Kennedy.

Messerschmidt, Jim. THE TRIAL OF LEONARD PELTIER. South End Press, 1983.
Looks at the miscarriage of justice in the F.B.I.’s handling of the Leonard Peltier case.

Morrow, Robert First Hand Knowledge: How I Participated in the CIA-Mafia Murder of President Kennedy (New York: S.P.I. Books, 1992)

Oklahoma City Bombing Investigative Committee. THE FINAL REPORT.2001.
The book providing evidence of FBI involvement in the Oklahoma City
Bombing .

Navasky, Victor. INVESTIGATING THE F.B.I. Doubleday, 1973.
Contains material presented at a major conference at Princeton University in 1971 investigating
crimes committed by the FBI.

Neff, James. MOBBED UP. Dell Publishers 1988.
Important book in understanding FBI collaboration with the Mafia
especially how the Bureau uses the Mafia to carry out its political

Nelson, Jack. THE F.B.I. AND THE BERRIGANS. Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1972.
Looks at F.B.I. death squad directed against Nobel Peace Prize nominee Phil Berrigan and his
brother, Jesuit priest Daniel Berrigan.

Doubleday, 2000.
Provides supporting evidence for the idea of the F.B.I. as a death
squad. Examines the F.B.I. acts of genocide against Afro-Americans .
Looks at how FBI agents framed Geronimo Pratt, a Afro American Viet-nam
vet who spent over 25 years in prison before a judge released him
saying he was innocent and framed by FBI agents.
Vermont filmaker has issued a 4 DVD collection of her films
about the Black Panthers. She interviews retired FBI agent
Wesley Swearingen who was part of the FBI Racial Squad in San Fransisco that put Pratt in prison see http://www.newsreel.us/

O’Reilly, Kenneth. RACIAL MATTERS. Free Press, 1989.
Professor O’Reilly looks at a file called Racial Matters that the F.B.I. is keeping on Black America.

Parenti, Michael. DIRTY TRUTHS. City Lights Books, 1996.
Dr. Parenti looks at the evidence for F.B.I. involvement in the
assassination of labor leader Walter Reuther while he was organizing
protests against the Vietnam War. It includes the essay “Why the Left
is Afraid to look at the Assassination of JFK” .

Pepper, William. ORDERS TO KILL. Carroll and Graf, 1995.
Attorney Pepper represented James Earl Ray in his bid for a new trial
and won a landmark case in civil court in December 1999 for the Martin
Luther King Jr. family. The jury in the case concluded hat the F.B.I.
was involved in the assassination of King. His book details our
government’s involvement and provides photographic evidence of the
F.B.I.’s role in this assassination.

The evidence from the 1999 Civil Trial in Memphis brought by the King
family in which the jury concluded FBI agents were principal architects
in the assassination of Martin Luther King. Written by the trial
attorney William Pepper.

Powers, Richard Gid. SECRECY AND POWER. Free Press, 1987.
A biography of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and his quest for power.

Powers, Tyrone. EYES TO MY SOUL. Majority Press, 1996.
Professor Powers an afro-american, talks about his 9 years working as
an F.B.I. agent, and the racism in the FBI . Powers discusses the FBI
FRUHMENSCHEN program set up in the 1920's thru 2010 to target black
politicians in sting operations without cause because the FBI feels
blacks are incpable of governing. White agents tried to kill him when
he was writing this book by blowing up his FBI issued car with him in

Ranalli, Ralph. DEADLY ALLIANCE. Harper Torch, 2001
Boston Globe reporter Ralph Rannali exposes FBI collaboration with the
Boston Mafia from 1930-2009 where they ran a Murder Inc. President Bush
asserted Executive Privilege in 2002 preventing
Congress from seeing the Federal Prosecutor’s Investigative files on this case.

Robbins, Natalie. ALIEN INK. William Morrow, 1992.
Ms. Robbins acquired the F.B.I. files on the major writers and artists of the 20th century, and examines F.B.I. agents neutralizing them and their freedom of expression.

Rosenfeld, Seth, The FBI's War on Student Radicals, and Reagan's Rise to (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Hardcover August 21, 2012

Schultz, Bud and Ruth. IT DID HAPPEN HERE. University of California Press, 1989.
Contains interviews with human rights activists who survived F.B.I. assassination attempts.

Schultz, Bud and Ruth. THE PRICE OF DISSENT. University of California Press , 2001
The sequel to IT DID HAPPEN HERE with more interviews with civil rights activists , union organizers and anti-war protestors who survived FBI assassination attempts and with family members of people who were murdered.

Seymour, Sheri. COMMITTEE OF THE STATES. Self-published, 1989.
The F.B.I. infiltrated the California Militia 10 years before the Oklahoma City bombing. The book illustrates how easy it was for the F.B.I. to infiltrate the group and get it to make bombs.
Shows how easy it was for FBI agent provocteur to get Timothy McVeigh to make bomb and drive the truck. The exact same scenario
occured in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. google floyd
anticev salem

Sharkey, Joe. ABOVE SUSPICION. Simon & Schuster, 1993.
Looks at the F.B.I. coverup involving one of its own agents Mark Putnam, who murdered his informant after he got her pregnant.
FBI agent Putnam was eventually sentenced to prison for their murder thanks to the dogged work of the Kentucky State Police.
click link and scroll down to obituary of his wife. http://betrayedbylovemovie.blogspot.com/

Sherill, Robert First Amendment Felon Nation Books, 10/2005
The Story of Frank Wilkinson, His 132,000 Page FBI File and His Epic Fight for Civil Rights and Liberties

Suarez, Manuel. REQUIEM ON CERRO MARAVILLA. Waterfront Press, 1987.
Looks at F.B.I. collaboration with local police in the arrest, handcuffing, and death squad execution of two teenagers in Puerto Rico.

Summers, Anthony. OFFICIAL AND CONFIDENTIAL. G.B. Putnam and Sons, 1993.
This is the book on which the PBS Frontline documentary on J. Edgar Hoover and his friendship with the Mafia is based. In my eyes, this PBS program was the turning point in the good fortune the FBI has enjoyed for over 80 years.

Swearingen, Wesley. F.B.I. Secrets: An Agents Expose South End Press 1994
Swearingen is a retired FBI agent currently living in the San Diego area who was a member
of the FBI San Fransisco Office racial Squad.
The FBI has Racial Squads in every major American City. The function of the FBI Racial Squad is to assassinate or neutralize
black politicians and black activists who do not reflect the philosophy of American Corporations. Vermont filmaker Roz Payne has
interviewed Swearingen and he is on her recently released 4 DVD about the Black Panthers see http://www.newsreel.us/

Swearingen,Wesley, To Kill a President: Finally – an Ex-FBI Agent Rips Aside the Veil of Secrecy that Killed JFK 2006
According to Swearingen, Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone in assassinating Kennedy as was claimed by the FBI, the Warren Commission and other investigating bodies. Instead, he argues that rogue CIA agents acting in concert with the mafia and certain Cuban exiles plotted to kill Kennedy. Swearingen contends that the conspiracy was covered up by the FBI, an effort that continues to this day through the agency's unwillingness to disclose key details about the events surrounding Kennedy's death. see http://www.lewrockwell.com/pr/new-book-fbi-cia-jfk-killing.html

Theoharis, Athan. THE F.B.I. Garland Publishers, 1994.
Professor Theoharis has compiled a comprehensive listing of books and articles about the F.B.I. up to 1994.

Thomas, Kenn. THE OCTOPUS. Feral House, 1996.
Investigates the F.B.I.’s role in the killing of investigative reporter Danny Casolero while he was investigating the October Surprise.

Turner, William. THE ASSASSINATION OF ROBERT KENNEDY. Thunder Mouth Press, 1993.
Written by a former F.B.I. agent, it looks at the F.B.I.’s involvement in the assassination of Robert Kennedy.

Turner, William. REARVIEW MIRROR foreword by Oliver Stone. Penmarin Books CA 2001.
More updated information on FBI involvement in President Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King Assassination written by a former FBI agent.

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. WHO IS GUARDING THE GUARDIANS? A Report on Police
Death Squad activities. 1981.

Williams, Dennis O. Fidelity Bravery Integrity No Way! Dorrance Publishing Company 2009

In 1979 FBI Supervisory Special Agent Dennis O. Williams moved across the country when he was promoted from the FBI’s Los Angeles Division to a supervisory position at FBI Headquarters. Soon after his arrival, Williams discovered that the mover had defrauded the FBI by billing for a higher weight of his household goods than actually existed. As Williams pursued the matter, he discovered a cover-up at FBI HQ; his attempts to expose this conspiracy resulted in his receiving threats and becoming the subject of retaliation. Though an investigation by the FBI Washington Field Office demonstrated that Williams was correct in his suspicions, the cover-ups continued for decades, eventually leading to a conspiracy to deceive the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding an inquiry into the involvement of Thomas J. Pickard.

Pickard was the acting director of the FBI when 9/11 occurred, despite Williams’ repeated warnings to the White House that Pickard did not have the integrity for such a position. The 9/11 Commission report reflects that the Phoenix Division of the FBI produced a memorandum dated July 10, 2001, advising FBI HQ that an inordinate number of supporters of Osama Bin Laden had attended civil aviation universities and colleges and would be in a position to conduct terror activity against civil aviation targets. Williams believes that Pickard’s testimony that no managers at FBI headquarters saw the Phoenix memo before September 11 constitutes a red flag indicating a conspiracy to defraud the 9/11 Commission.

Williams , Kristian
Our Enemies in Blue Police and Power in America (Revised Edition)
South End Press 2007

Wiener, Jon. GIMME SOME TRUTH. University of California Press, 1999.
Professor Wiener looks at the 14 year battle with the F.B.I. to get them to release their files on John Lennon.How many rock stars
has the FBI assassinated?

Wise, David TIGER TRAP America’s Secret Spy War With China
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.2011
Looks at how FBI agents were manipulated by Chinese spies after FBI agents started having sex with their Chinese informants




Conspiracy of Silence: The Franklin Cover UpConspiracy of Silence, a documentary listed for viewing in TV Guide Magazine was to be aired on the Discovery Channel, on May 3 1994. This documentary exposed a network of religious leaders and Washington politicians who flew children to Washington D.C. for sex orgies. Many children suffered the indignity of wearing nothing but their underwear and a number displayed on a piece of cardboard hanging from their necks when being auctioned off to foreigners in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Toronto, Canada.

Incontrovertible evidence showing FBI coverup of LOCKERBIE TWA Flight 800
explosion coverup.

One of the best documentaries ever made, period.

A NOBLE LIE 2012 Convicts the FBI of creating the
Oklahoma City bombing

SILENCED Jack Cashill
Convicts the FBI of the coverup of TWA downing over Long Island by a missile

also see

Convicts the US Government of creating 911
In 6 parts see all six

TRUTH&LIES 911 Mike Ruppert
best evidence linking US Government to creating 911


then watch

FBI LIED in their JFK Assassination Reports

WHAT WE WANT WHAT WE BELIEVE a 4 DVD set about the Black Panthers
with an interview with FBI agent
Wesley Swearingen discussing the FBI Racial Squad and
their policy to assassinate black leaders

911 PRESS FOR TRUTH details the evidence for the FBI creating 911

also see 2012 film INFORMANT
Documentary about FBI informant Brandon Darby

FBI agents and their coverup of the Oklahoma City bombingbombing

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