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According to an exhaustive report from Firedoglake’s Kevin Gosztola,”three Occupy activists raided on May 16 and disappeared for a period of time by Chicago police were brought before a bond judge [on Saturday] and officially charged with material support for terrorism, conspiracy to commit terrorism and possession of explosives or explosive or incendiary devices.” The young men’s lawyer, Michael Deutsch of the National Lawyers Guild, described the charges as “fabricated” and “based on police informants and provocateurs which is a common pattern that we have seen against people who are protesting.”Deutsch has gone so far as to suggest that infiltrators from the Chicago Police Department actually planted materials for making Molotov cocktails in the apartment before the police raid and that his clients did not even take the bait.Meanwhile, rumors abound, including claims that elaborate weapons like throwing stars were retrieved from the raided apartment.Daley’s campaign to host the 2016 Olympics was opened in March of 2009.That was three months before a federal judge lifted a 1981 court order which, in its original form, restricted CPD investigations into protest groups to cases where there was a “reasonable suspicion of criminal activity.” (That restriction was lifted in 2002.) The investigation into No Games Chicago, and several other investigations, would have violated the original order.I wrote here last week, following up on a Rolling Stone piece by Rick Perlstein, about the proliferation of FBI entrapment schemes aimed at activists and anarchists in the past decade.Following the arrest of five individuals in Chicago over the weekend who now face terrorism charges, the question of entrapment perpetrated by law enforcement seems more important than ever.Indeed, it’s known that the police department violated the court order several times while it was in full force. Harold Washington, just a year after the order was entered.The department was sanctioned for filming a 1982 nuclear freeze rally featuring then-U. In 1996 CPD was sued for seizing documents and videotape and breaking cameras when it raided the office of protesters at the Democratic National Convention.
Jens Stoltenberg, the secretary general of NATO wrote: "As part of its overall military build-up, the pace of Russia’s military manoeuvres and drills have reached levels unseen since the height of the Cold War.“Over the past three years, Russia has conducted at least 18 large-scale snap exercises, some of which have involved more than 100,000 troops."These exercises include simulated nuclear attacks on Nato Allies (eg, ZAPAD [a large-scale Russian military exercise]) and on partners (eg, March 2013 simulated attacks on Sweden).”Meanwhile documents have emerged from within the Scandinavian country making startling claims of Sweden's perception of Putin.
Leaked documents quoting Army chief Anders Brannstrom before a meeting with Swedish defense management said war with Russia could hit the country in a few years.
The report claimed that Sweden should be ready for “armed battle against a qualified opponent” after more then 200 years of peace.
“We have Syria, where Russia is supporting dictator President Bashar al-Assad and bombing besieged east Aleppo mercilessly.“There is no doubt Russia is very hyped up.
They see a real threat of confrontation with the West.”Among the aggressive military moves ordered by Mr Putin include equipping his warship fleet in the Baltic with long-range missiles and unveiling a new ICBM dubbed ‘Satan 2’.