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Cop Watch - Oakland Chief Of Police Admits Using Infiltrators.mp4

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Uploaded on Nov 5, 2011

In this clip we see the Chief of the Oakland Police Department openly admitting his intent to infiltrate the Occupy Wall Street groups with provocateurs. The intent, of course, is to disrupt egal and peaceful public demonstrations.

The First Amendment of the Constitution protects the peoples right to peaceably gather to redress grievances. Any attempt to deny this right by a public official is treason.

Unfortunately, this mindset is the single guiding mentality of law enforcement. To disrupt, destroy, weaken, poison, distract, and general obliterate any and all effort towards social progress.

A grand jury should be convened immediately, and this criminal and all of his accomplices put behind bars.

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