Officials Cast Wide Net in Monitoring Occupy Protests | NYTimes.com

An Occupy protester in 2011 in a tent at Dewey Square in Boston. Credit Gretchen Ertl for The New York Times

When the Occupy protests spread across the country three years ago, state and local law enforcement officials went on alert. […]

 

The communications, distributed by people working with counterterrorism and intelligence-sharing offices known as fusion centers, were among about 4,000 pages of unclassified emails and reports obtained through freedom of information requests by lawyers who represented Occupy participants and provided the documents to The New York Times.

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