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Journal SPAM: Neo-Nazi rally was organized by FBI informant 12

A paid FBI informant was the man behind a neo-Nazi march through the streets of Parramore that stirred up anxiety in Orlando's black community and fears of racial unrest that triggered a major police mobilization.

That revelation came Wednesday in an unrelated federal court hearing and has prompted outrage from black leaders, some of whom demanded an investigation into whether the February 2006 march was, itself, an event staged by law-enforcement agencies.

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Neo-Nazi rally was organized by FBI informant

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  • But it's great to see the anti-law enforcement propaganda, about par for the course for the Left.
    • This isn't anti-law enforcement. I don't think the Orlando Sentinel is "left" - I never saw them claim that workers should control the means of production, or advocate one-man, one-vote for Israel.

      By that definition, decying the tactics and methods of the NKVD and KGB would be "anti law-enforcement propaganda".

      When the law is unjust - or worse yet, provocation and entrapment - when the enforcer is an enemy of people's basic rights and dignity, we applaud the exposure and disgrace. The "law" is you and I,
      • by HBI (604924)
        Then why the assumption that, if the person organizing the rally took money to inform on his criminal compatriots, that the FBI would have anything to do with his organizing activities?

        $20k isn't that much money, for starters. At least over a year or more. Besides which, if an FBI person were to set up a neo-Nazi rally, even in backwoods Florida, he should be convicted of stupidity rather than any malevolent intent. No one buys into that shit even there.

        So the leftist politicians grandstand, blaming law
        • $20k isn't that much money

          Which is a tremendous understatement given that the recipient's ID was rolled in a public courtroom by the Federal Public Defender.

          Gletty's secret life became public Wednesday in a federal court hearing resulting from the arrest last week of two suspected white supremacists on charges of conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine.

          [. . .]

          Rock told Gletty in a tape-recorded conversation that he and Martin had robbed seven drug dealers by posing as law-enforcement officers, accordi

        • by iminplaya (723125)
          ...but there are large groups of both who march in lockstep with their masters.

          How true :-)
      • ...black helicopters?
    • They have done this a lot. I can tell you from past experience that the goons are serious violence instigators at rallies and inside various political organizations. They had goofs inside working at every serious political event of the past 60 years at least. OKC, JFK whack, MLK, RFK, WTC #1, WTO in seattle, 9-11, 7-7 in the uk, and *any* number of smaller demos and rallies. I mean, a lot of them. Seen it with me own eyes, listened to them trying to promote violence, trying to egg people on, actually caught
    • Thanks for the update. I didn't know that WACO and Ruby Ridge were instances of 'leftist anti-law enforcement propaganda'.

      Are you a conscious fabricator or a dittoheaded tool? During the Senate Debates regarding the Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act of 1995, the fine upstanding contemporary conservative, Utarded Senator Orin Hatch, stated that it was Waco and Ruby Ridge which were the impediments keeping roving wiretaps from being extended to cover suspected terrorists. On June 5, 1995, Hatch said: [liberatedtext.org]

      • Thanks for all of the background here, which shows how long the lead-up to the Bush/Cheney/Ashcroft/Gonzales coup had been coming. These can be projected farther back - through the various evasions of the Boland Amnmendment.

        If you were to chart a time-based curve - lets start with Gerald Ford, and try to ignore his history with Rumsfeld and the Warren Commission - leading through Iran-Contra, Waco-etc, OK City, to the stolen 2000 election and 9-11, and lastly Katrina... where does this curve put the Americ
        • In re: Boland amendments [liberatedtext.org]. The project slowly moves forward. Part Six will be completely marked-up today or tomorrow, depending on time expenditures necessary for other purposes today. All that is left in that section is the Shultz chapter, but it's a 235k ascii file. (probably a little more than one hr - place anchor tags around footnotes; extract footnotes from main text body; mark-up the body; mark-up the footnotes. Aided with some scripts, but cannot be automated entirely)

          In Re: 2010 prediction; i d

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