Twenty Years In A Security State: After Failing To Stop 9/11 Attacks, FBI Invented Terrorists
"[W]e try to identify plots in the earliest stages possible because we don’t know what we don’t know about a terrorism plot," Attorney General Alberto Gonzales declared, referring to the FBI.
FBI Seized Legally Privileged Materials From Julian Assange After Arrest In Ecuador Embassy
"One record of [Assange’s] entire archive” was effectively purloined, and without it, attorney Gareth Peirce mentioned it has made putting together a defense in his extradition case more difficult.
Since 9/11, FBI Has Destroyed People Based On Their Race, Religion, Or Country Of Origin
Source: FBI.gov [Editor's Note: To mark the 20th anniversary of the rise of the American security state after the September 11th attacks, The Dissenter presents a retrospective on this transformation in policing and government. Each entry in the series, "Twenty Years In A Security State," will connect with whistleblower