FBI’s deadly Cointelpro


Exposing Spies, Lies and Deceit – Black justice advocates demand full disclosure

Barrington M. Salmon, Contributing Writer 4/12/2022

The underhanded, deceitful and deadly tactics employed by the U.S. government to infiltrate, dismantle and destroy Black leaders and groups must be fully exposed, demand activists.

Black Justice Advocates, a growing coalition of about 25 organizations and individuals working for passage of House Resolution 2998 (HR 2998), is intensifying its ground game in an effort to ensure that a bill, demanding full disclosure of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Counter Intelligence Program (Cointelpro), passes in Congress and becomes law. Activists laid out demands and strategies during a recent webinar.

Although Cointelpro supposedly disbanded in 1971, critics who have been targeted by the FBI say it never disappeared, just shapeshifted and continues to monitor the activities of Black Lives Matter and other social justice organizations and individuals while essentially turning a blind eye to the White nationalist extremists, White militia groups, Neo-Nazis and others who pose a considerably greater danger to the United States.



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