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                                                                               FBI Secrets: An Agent's

                                                                            by M. Wesley Swearingen,

                                                                        "Wes Swearingen served as an FBI agent from 1951 until
                                                                        he retired in 1977. During that period he perpetrated or
                                                                        witnessed numerous violations of law by FBI agents and
                                                                        their operatives, heard revealing statements by other
                                                                        agents about their illegal activities, and read files which
                                                                        documented violations of the rights of American citizens."

                                                                        "The activities of FBI agents and their "informers" include
                                                                        warrantless break-ins, theft, fraud, kidnapping, perjury,
                                                                        fabrication of evidence, suborning of witness perjury, and
                                                                        murder. The targets were political dissidents: anyone FBI
                                                                        agents didn't like."

                                                                        "Swearingen details how members of the Black Panthers
                                                                        were murdered by FBI operatives, another was framed
                                                                        for a murder he didn't commit, and still others were
                                                                        prosecuted on trumped up charges."

                                                                        "He describes various files on political dissidents, called
                                                                        the "Security Index" and the "Reserve Index", which
                                                                        eventually included about 500,000 names, and which
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                                                        were the persons to be arrested without warrant and
                                                        taken to detention areas in the event of a national
                                                        security emergency."

                                                        "Swearingen provides an insider's view of the
                                                        COINTELPRO program of suppression of political
                                                        dissidents, but also tells us that the program continues to
                                                        this day under another name, apparently without a paper

                                                        He paints a picture of an agency riddled with corruption,
                                                        incompetence, and inefficiency, composed of men who
                                                        may have once been patriots, but who have been
                                                        reduced to common criminals, whose crime fighting
                                                        activities are limited at best and largely for show, with
                                                        political repression being the primary mission."

                                                        "There have been other books by former FBI agents that
                                                        have told similar tales, such as William Turner, author of
                                                        _Hoover's FBI: The Men and the Myth_, and books by
                                                        former agents of the CIA, such as those by Philip Agee,
                                                        John Stockwell, Victor Marchetti, Frank Snepp, and Ralph

                                                        " It seems likely that similar books remain to be written
                                                        by agents of almost every agency of the U.S.
                                                        government, revealing them as criminal enterprises and
                                                        implicating almost every employee as criminal
                                                        conspirators. Such agents should read this book and
                                                        begin gathering the evidence they will need to take out
                                                        with them."

                                                        "The most important thing this book reveals is the
                                                        mindset of government agents, and the way otherwise
                                                        good men get corrupted by the system of which they
                                                        become a part."

                                                        "They are totally ignorant of the principles of
                                                        constitutional republic government, and willing to do
                                                        whatever works, regardless of legality. Their arrogance
                                                        was revealed in a statement by Special Agent Joseph G.
                                                        Deegan in 1977: "We are the only ones who know what is
                                                        good for the country, and we are the only ones who can
                                                        do anything about it." After reading this book and others,
                                                        it is clear that this statement reflects a dangerous
                                                        delusion of grandeur."

                                                        "Anyone who is involved in any kind of politically
                                                        significant activity, or who is concerned about the future
                                                        of this country, needs to read this book to learn how
                                                        government agents operate and how citizens can defend
                                                        themselves against them, both in court and in the field."

                                                        "These agents are not very effective, and people should
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                                                                                           not be awed by them. Standing up to them works if one
                                                                                           exercises a few simple precautions, such as taping all
                                                                                           encounters and having witnesses around at all times.
                                                                                           Going armed at all times may not be a bad idea, either."

                                                                                             Former FBI Special Agent Wes Swearingen's Book on FBI
                                                                                           Corruption -- A Telling Work Describing How The FBI Can No
                                                                                                    Longer Be Trusted By The American People

                                                                                           Gang Stalking is sanctioned by the FBI and many policing
                                                                                           agencies, who maintain a hands off approach to this hate
                                                                                           crime. It is indicative of the fascist shadow government
                                                                                           that now controls this country.

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