Friday, May 29, 2009

On March 23rd a confidential directive was issued by the Headquarters of the FBI (FBIHQ) in Washington, DC to every “Special Agent in Charge” (SAC) at all 56 local FBI stations across the US.

This directive was to be performed “independently and outside of the purview of local law enforcement.”

The directive ordered “offices to verify the date, time and location of each TEA Party within their region and supply that information to FBI headquarters in Washington.

The source stated this correspondence termed the TEA parties “political demonstrations,” and added that the dissemination of the directive was very tightly controlled. “Not all agents were privy to this correspondence,” stated the source, which compared the dissemination to an older “Do Not File” classification.

In addition to obtaining or confirming the location and time of each “demonstration,” each field office was instructed to obtain or confirm the identity of the individual(s) involved in the actual planning and coordination of the event in each specific region, and include the local or regional Internet web site address, if any. The information collected by region was then reportedly sent to FBI Headquarters.”

Then, on April 26, 2009 a second directive went out to the same field offices directing the SAC’s to take the information they have previously gathered and perform further surveillance on those tea party participants from “discreet fixed or mobile positions” and once again to be conducted “independently and outside of the purview of local law enforcement.”

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