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FBI on Wrong Side of History

Thursday, 27 December 2012 11:04 By Sam Sacks, The Big Picture | Video
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Guest host Sam Sacks fills in for Thom Hartmann and discusses how the FBI is once again on the wrong side of history with new documents revealing their paranoid surveillance of peaceful. Sacks speaks with Truthout's Lead Investigative Reporter Jason Leopold about what recent documents reveal about the FBI's approach to the Occupy movement. 

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Sam Sacks

Sam Sacks is a writer and reporter based in Washington, DC. He is the cofounder of The District Sentinel.


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FBI on Wrong Side of History

Thursday, 27 December 2012 11:04 By Sam Sacks, The Big Picture | Video
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Guest host Sam Sacks fills in for Thom Hartmann and discusses how the FBI is once again on the wrong side of history with new documents revealing their paranoid surveillance of peaceful. Sacks speaks with Truthout's Lead Investigative Reporter Jason Leopold about what recent documents reveal about the FBI's approach to the Occupy movement. 

Copyright, Truthout. May not be reprinted without permission of the author.

Sam Sacks

Sam Sacks is a writer and reporter based in Washington, DC. He is the cofounder of The District Sentinel.


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