A series of articles investigating the hacked data from 251 police websites represents an unprecedented exposure of the internal operations of federal, state, and local law enforcement.
Additional reading, Kevin Zeese; Popular Resistance, : Law Enforcement Exposed: Massive Blue Leaks, Police Pentagon Papers
Published on The Intercept, June 26 – July 25, 2020
Law Enforcement Scoured Protester Communications and Exaggerated Threats to Minneapolis Cops, Leaked Documents Show
The fears stoked by the unfounded warnings appear to have set the stage for the police’s escalating, violent response to the protests.
The BlueLeaks archive contains over 16 million rows of data, including emails, descriptions of alleged crimes, and detailed personal information.
Leaked Documents Show Police Knew Far-Right Extremists Were the Real Threat at Protests, Not “Antifa”
An analysis of leaked law enforcement documents reveals an obsession with “antifa” despite evidence of threats of violence to police and protesters.
The rapid global spread and persistent threat of the coronavirus has presented an obvious roadblock to facial recognition’s similar global expansion.
By Mara Hvistendahl, Sam Biddle
The purported threat of antifa was long used to justify militarized targeting of immigration activists. Now it’s being used against protesters in Portland.
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