More sabotage from the war within. The enemedia has declared war on America. And now they are attacking our most crucial line of defense in this war for our freedom: law enforcement.
I, for one, am glad that the NYPD is on the job. Yesterday another devout Muslim homicide bomb plot was thwarted in Washington, DC. Targeted was the Capitol building, synagogues, and military installations in the cause of Islam. We have had more cases like this in the past two years than we had in all the years prior, after 911. Terror Attack: 45th Attempted Terrorist Plot Against United States
NYPD is on the job. Thank G-d. Ayn Rand said, 'Honest people are never touchy about the matter of being trusted.' Indeed.
The real story here is, who is leaking this stuff? Who is the mole? There have been over 18,000 Islamic attacks across the world since 911. This is war. These spies leaking this intel should be charged with sedition.
Muslim Brotherhood groups MSA and MSU (Muslim Student Association and Muslim Student Union) were both named unindicted conspirators in the largest terrorist funding trial in our nation's history. They are the Muslim Brotherhood in America. They should be monitored.
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Police Department monitored Muslim college students far more broadly than previously known, at schools far beyond the city limits, including the elite Ivy League colleges of Yale and the University of Pennsylvania, The Associated Press has learned.
Police talked with local authorities about professors 300 miles (480 kilometers) away in Buffalo and even sent an undercover agent on a whitewater rafting trip, where he recorded students' names and noted in police intelligence files how many times they prayed.
Detectives trawled Muslim student websites every day and, although professors and students had not been accused of any wrongdoing, their names were recorded in reports prepared for Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly.
Asked about the monitoring, police spokesman Paul Browne provided a list of 12 people arrested or convicted on terrorism charges in the United States and abroad who had once been members of Muslim student associations, which the NYPD referred to as MSAs. Jesse Morton, who this month pleaded guilty to posting online threats against the creators of the animated TV show "South Park," had once tried to recruit followers at Stony Brook University on Long Island, Browne said.
"As a result, the NYPD deemed it prudent to get a better handle on what was occurring at MSAs," Browne said in an email. He said police monitored student websites and collected publicly available information, but did so only between 2006 and 2007.
"I see a violation of civil rights here," said Tanweer Haq, chaplain of the Muslim Student Association at Syracuse. "Nobody wants to be on the list of the FBI or the NYPD or whatever. Muslim students want to have their own lives, their own privacy and enjoy the same freedoms and opportunities that everybody else has."
In recent months, the AP has revealed secret programs the NYPD built with help from the CIA to monitor Muslims at the places where they eat, shop and worship. The AP also published details about how police placed undercover officers at Muslim student associations in colleges within the city limits; this revelation has outraged faculty and student groups.
Though the NYPD says it follows the same rules as the FBI, some of the NYPD's activities go beyond what the FBI is allowed to do.