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F.B.I. Will Begin Disclosing Documents On Infiltration Of Right-Wing Groups


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The plot to kidnap Governor Whitmer had at least 12 F.B.I. informants, which led to a case against 5 men—think about that…

There were more than double the amount of informants than the people the F.B.I. ‘caught’, and it begs the question: would the accused plotters have even gone this far without the F.B.I?

Who are the real domestic terrorists if it takes an organized group of 12 men to entrap 5 men in an alleged kidnapping plot?

The 5 men indicted on federal charges are not so unique in their case—far from it…

Sources indicate that the F.B.I. has been using undercover techniques to infiltrate right-wing groups since at least the early 1990s, but precursors to the program have likely been around far longer than that…

Officials at the F.B.I. code-named the program PATCON, and the agency will reportedly begin releasing documents to the public, which shed light on the program, in the coming months:

According to The Epoch Times, an undisclosed source originally put in the request to have the documents released:

“The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has located approximately 2,665 pages of records potentially responsive to the subject of your request,” states a Dec. 14, 2021, letter seen by The Epoch Times.

It could take many months before the entire trove of documents is released, as the person is expecting to receive an initial set of pages in May. The FBI is in the process of reviewing the records and redacting sensitive information.

 

Glenn Greenwald wrote on the intelligence community’s war on domestic terror last year:

The U.S. security state apparatus regards the agenda of “domestic violent extremists” as “derived from anti-government or anti-authority sentiment,” which includes “opposition to perceived economic, racial or social hierarchies.”

In sum, to the Department of Homeland Security, an “extremist” is anyone who opposes the current prevailing ruling class and system for distributing power.

Anyone they believe is prepared to use violence, intimidation or coercion in pursuit of these causes then becomes a “domestic violent extremist,” subject to a vast array of surveillance, monitoring and other forms of legal restrictions.



 

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