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Interesting, that's not an outbound email address and they don't work with legal policy issues. Could you screenshot headers?
As far as I know at this time, @TORARADICAL is still unable to access his email.
Nod, it's not something we'd do, nor from an email configured for mail. Sounds like forged headers.
Originally posted by survivalstation
In retrospect, somehow I don't think the DHS would actually use the term "anti-government propaganda" but something more discreet such as "seditious language" or some such rot.
some South Carolina residents are receiving a wake-up call today, as police in Kershaw County have been placed on alert for “people out there that might want to hurt them.” The reason for the alert? An article that was posted to a Facebook page and an individual that “liked” it. The article, entitled “When Should You Shoot A Cop?” was published by CopBlock.org, an organization that promotes transparency and accountability of law enforcement. The article discusses the issue of resistance to police “authority” and those police officers who are acting in an illegal fashion. The article also discusses the right that you have, as an individual, to defend your life and your person even when it is being threatened by a member of the police.
Originally posted by Helious
Anyone silly enough to post anti government sentiment on Facebook or Twitter had better be ready for what the government does. Both of these outlets are used by government to acquire new people to investigate and look into.
Some may even say they are government backed programs, nothing like citizens offering up all there information freely and willingly no?