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Don't ever speak to the FBI without a tape recorder running and a lawyer present

Civil liberties and civil rights attorney Harvey Silverglate made this video to show you how to protect yourself from FBI agents who will interview you, then claim you lied so they can threaten you with imprisonment unless you become their puppet.


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Monitoring Of Attorney-Client Communications At Issue In Nashiri Hearing

Welsh first became aware of the audio monitoring capability for the Echo II rooms in January 2012.  He encountered an FBI agent in the control room listening to a non-privileged conversation involving FBI members and lawyers for both sides in a detainee case.  He voiced his concern to Joint Defense Group (JDG) Col. Donnie Thomas that attorney-client discussions might be monitored. Thomas told him that they do not monitor attorney-client meetings. Welsh made no effort to confirm that such monitoring wasn’t happening.

Welsh spoke to FBI agent de la Roca, who told him that monitoring was standard practice for meetings between FBI personnel and non-FBI lawyers.


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Detroit narcotics unit's problems just won't go away

February 14 2015

"There had been some cultural norms that probably could facilitate or breed criminal misconduct," Craig said. "This is not suggesting that everybody in narcotics was involved because they were not. There were some practices that were allowed that had been historic, that really didn't amount to criminal misconduct, but just poor management practices."
He said a significant change is that, with some exceptions, officers only will be assigned to narcotics, now called the Major Violators Section, for limited durations of time.
"In our review of the unit, it was clear that some of the officers had been in narcotics for long periods of time," Craig said. "And that doesn't mean individuals are corrupt because they've been somewhere long. I'm not suggesting that."
He said, "it's just a good policing practice to move people out of those highly sensitive assignments."
Craig said the investigations appear to be isolated to one group of officers. He said five officers have been suspended and one has been placed on restricted duty.
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