Enemies Within

Friday, September 13, 2013

Transcript

After September 11, in the name of greater security, the New York Police Department created a sweeping surveillance program that infiltrated many corners of Muslim life – sending informants and undercover officers into Muslim neighborhoods, cafes, mosques, and even cricket games. Bob talks to Associated Press reporters Matt Apuzzo and Adam Goldman, who won a Pulitzer for reporting on the NYPD surveillance program, about their new book Enemies Within: Inside the NYPD’s Secret Spying Unit and Bin Laden’s Final Plot Against America.

Hauschka - Radar (Michael Mayer Remix)

Comments [1]

Stuart Fillefr from Detroit 48009

I think it's important that federal money to local law enforcement fuels this effort and channels it. Working for a local government 2002-2005 I heard the police chief complaining that LEAA grant money his department could use, it couldn't, despite identified priorities, because LEAA designated Homeland Security and only that.

M. Alexander writes how federal money to local law enforcement fuels the drug war so-called.

Sep. 14 2013 08:05 AM

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