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In a statement on Project Knight Sec's Website Ky Anonymous has unmasked and addresses the world:
Greetings Citizens of the World, I am Deric Lostutter, and this is my story.
Approximately Mid-April 2012 a search warrant was carried out on my address in Winchester, Kentucky for alleged communications with one “Noah Mchugh” aka @justbatcat regarding the hacking of http://www.rollredroll.com and my alleged involvement in said hacking. Upon returning from a brief turkey hunt behind my farm I had just sat down and opened up my computer to work when my pitbull, named Thor, jumps up on the door as is common for him to do when someone new is at my house. I had been expecting a T-Shirt in the mail from ShieldTactical.com and what appeared to be a Fed-Ex truck was parked in my driveway. As I open the door to great the driver approximately 12 F.B.I. Swat Team agents jumped out of the truck screaming for me to “Get The Fuck Down” with m-16 assault rifles and full riot gear armed safety off, pointed directly at my head. I was handcuffed and detained outside while they cleared my house. My brother soon emerged later with his new girlfriend, both bewildered that the F.B.I. was at my house seeing as I have no prior criminal history, both of them in handcuffs as well. The Swat team left my belongings in the floor, my dogs shocked, my family nervous, my garage door battered open with a ram though I stated I had a key, and the RV camper window broken for entry though I stated to pull hard on the door.
This week: 1. LMFAO 2. 2012 hottest year ever 3. Romney's and Obama's pipe dreams 4. Keystone Xl Blockade in Texas 5. Benjamin Netanyahu's coke problem 6. Nobel War Prize 7. Spanish loot supermarkets 8. Parliament surrounded in Madrid 9. Molotov cocktails party in Athens 10. Savage Fam 11. Will Potter's "Green is the New Red"
1. Rodney King RIP 2. The Mighty Pigs 3. Mining for Resistance 4. Burning Barricades 5. Red Square Army 6. No lock for chilean cops 7. The Cleveland 4 8. Cascadia FBI Attack 9. Rap Al Despertar 10. School's out for Autumn
program date:Wed, 03/14/2012
Short Description:An interview about FBI surveillance.
program date:Wed, 02/29/2012
Short Description:City Accepts FBI Report
program date:Wed, 02/15/2012
Short Description:An interview with Portland attorney Thomas Nelson
Jamal Tarhuni, an Oregon resident prevented from returning to the United States after visiting Libya, finally came home yesterday. The Tigard Businessman and Libyan had been visiting the Post-Qaddafi nation to deliver humanitarian supplies with Medical Teams International. In January, he learned that he had been placed on the no-fly list, and was questioned by FBI agents from Portland.
program: Evening News program date: Thu, 12/01/2011 Short Description: Evening News, December 1st Evening Headlines Portland Holds Meeting on Hanford Nuclear Site ACLU Criticize Recent FBI Surveillance This is volunteer powered and produced radio! Please click below to enjoy the newscast. Contributors: Joe Lino, Frances Fagen, and Sue Supriano Producer: Jenn Chavez Engineer: Matthew Oleson PM News & Public Affairs Director: Jenka Soderberg 32:48 minutes (30.03 MB)
program: Evening News program date: Thu, 12/01/2011 Short Description: FBI Surveillance Under Scrutiny The American Civil Liberties Union released FBI documents today showing that the bureau has been illegally using its community outreach programs to secretly collect intelligence. The memos, obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, demonstrate several instances of this practice in the San Francisco Bay Area and other parts of California. KBOO reporter Jenn Chavez spoke with Nusrut Choudhury, an attorney with the ACLU National Security Project, about the details of their findings. 3:58 minutes (3.64 MB)
Scott Crow is an Austin-based anarchist community organizer, political activist, and writer. His grassroots organizing projects include the post-Katrina Common Ground Collective in New Orleans, which has been called the largest anarchist-influenced organization in modern U.S. history. Scott has worked with groups like Greenpeace, ACORN, and the Rainforest Action Network, and currently works at an anarchist recycling center cooperative in Austin. Scott’s political activities have led the FBI to label him a "domestic terrorist," and earlier this year he was featured in a front page article in The New York Times about FBI surveillance of political activists. Scott's book, Black Flags and Windmills: Hope, Anarchy and the Common Ground Collective, will be published by PM Press in September, 2011.
FBI Raided Peace Activists Interrupt Attorney General Holders Speech Minneapolis
Making Noise Over Attorney General's Silence On FBI Misdeeds TheUptake.org - Minneapolis, MN, May 27, 2011. Irate peace activists interrupted US Attorney General Eric Hoder's speech about youth programs several times in frustration for what they characterize as an FBI Witch Hunt violating the First Amendment rights of citizens to protest. Holder is one of the few people in the country who could reign in this action, but he has so far refused to comment on it or to act in any way. One recent story. Stop FBI site. via blip.tv From: HongPong Views: 96 9 ratings Time: 05:54 More in News & Politics
Antiwar Committee secret FBI documents press conference 5.18.2011
May 18 2011 more info stopfbi.net From: HongPong Views: 41 1 ratings Time: 40:27 More in News & Politics
Coleen Rowley, one of three whistleblowers chosen as persons of the year for 2002 by Time Magazine, will speak about her experiences in the FBI and broader issues of official surveillance and massive data collection. When Coleen Rowley was an FBI agent in Minneapolis, her office got a lead just three weeks before 9/11 that a known extremist had paid $8.000 for lessons to fly a Boeing 747. Her office arrested him, but, her superiors would not allow a full investigation. In a May, 2002 memo to FBI Director Robert Mueller, Rowley brought some of the pre 9-11 lapses to light, calling his defense of the agency a "rush to judgment to protect the FBI at all costs." Several weeks later Rowley testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee about problems facing the FBI and the intelligence community, and her memo to Mueller in connection with the Joint Intelligence Committee's Inquiry led to a two-year Department of Justice Inspector General investigation. This event is a benefit for Under the Hood Outreach Center and Café - http://underthehoodcafe.org Location: 5604 Manor, 5604 Manor Road, Austin, Texas http://5604manor.org A ZGraphix production. http://zgraphix.org Produced for Austin Indymedia by Jeff Zavala. http://austin.indymedia.org