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Albert Einstein and the FBI Treason File

Fred Jerome The Einstein File
Cover of the book, 'The Einstein File' As Gore Vidal put it, “the only question really worth asking is: Why?” Why did the FBI begin a Treason file in 1921? Why 22,000 names? And why Einstein?

The F.B.I.'s Dangerous Crackdown on 'Black Identity Extremists'

Khaled A. Beydoun and Justin Hansford New York Times
The 12-page report, prepared by the F.B.I. Domestic Terrorism Analysis Unit in August, and later made public by foreignpolicy.org, both announces the existence of the “Black Identity Extremist” movement and deems it a violent threat, asserting that black activists’ grievances about racialized police violence and inequities in the criminal justice system have spurred retaliatory violence against law enforcement officers.

J. Edgar Hoover Ordered the FBI to "Neutralize" Dick Gregory

Kim Jannsen Chicago Tribune
Noting that the fearless Dick Gregory had mocked the Outfit as "the filthiest snakes that live on this earth," J. Edgar Hoover wrote a memo to the special agent in charge in Chicago, Marlin Johnson, telling him to "neutralize" Gregory.

Trump’s Constitutional Crisis

David Cole New York Review of Books
This is a constitutional crisis. The only way forward is to ensure an independent and credible investigation—whether by a special prosecutor or a select congressional committee or both—into the Russian meddling and the administration’s efforts to obstruct the inquiry into the Trump campaign’s ties to it. The notion that Trump and Sessions took action against Comey because of his unfairness to Clinton may be the most brazen effort at “fake news” or “alternative facts” yet
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