posted on Feb, 6 2014 @ 03:59 AM
There have been a couple of instances too, where assembled film crews have watched the masked and hooded militants trashing buildings and police cars,
yet not one police officer in sight!
It's a simple tactic that has been used for a very long time. Send in the goons to act as "militant" factions at an otherwise peaceful protest,
thus giving the police the excuse to go in hard, all filmed by the media to justify the police actions. Of course, the militants are not caught but
plenty of others get a beating and arrested simply for being there.
I remember seeing an article here in the UK a few years ago about a protest, ant-war I think. One of the organisers had some black-clad and hooded
individual push past her to the front line facing the police and start shout obscenities and threats. She followed him and grabbed him, and
recognised him but couldn't place his face at the time. Needless to say he made a hasty exit and disappeared from the protest. Only later did she
realise that she had seen him at an anti-war meeting attended by the police on another occasion, only that time he was wearing the uniform of an
It's a dirty tactic but used a lot. It's always denied by the police and politicians and when caught out by video evidence and witness testimony,
they'll claim they are there purely for surveillance and to arrest any lawbreakers. It's BS of course but they get away with it and the compliant
press never report it as it should be.