Sunday, January 22, 2006

"There should not be a single American who today remains confident that it couldn't happen to them."

Are you shocked? I'm shocked. A Florida Peace activist accuses Chucklenuts and his crew of spying on and infiltrating a bunch of Quakers. Quakers. You know, the really peaceful, non violent folks? Worthy of being named by the Pentatgon as a threat:

WASHINGTON - While the White House defended domestic surveillance as a safeguard against terrorism, a Florida peace activist and several Democrats in Congress accused the Bush administration on Friday of spying on Americans who disagree with President Bush's policies.

Richard Hersh, of Boca Raton, Fla., director of Truth Project Inc. of Palm Beach County, told an ad hoc panel of House Democrats that his group and others in South Florida have been infiltrated and spied upon despite having no connections to terrorists.

"Agents rummaged through the trash, snooped into e-mails, packed Web sites and listened in on phone conversations," Hersh charged. "We know that address books and activist meeting lists have disappeared."

The full story here, courtesy of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

As Chuck D says, I ain't trippin, just watch your step.


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