Freestaters: FBI says paying for your morning coffee with cash a potential terrorist activity ...
- FYI, Freestaters! (Sam Cohen is one of the top 2nd Amendment activists in
the state of New Hampshire, known and loved by all. He's a friend to
Freestaters and the Free State Project also, which he regards as a boon to
New Hampshire...which is true!) ---Tim Condon
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From: Sam Cohen <Sam.Cohen@...>
Date: Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 6:22 PM
Subject: [RLCNH] Fw: FBI says paying for your morning coffee with cash a
potential terrorist activity ...
To: RLCNH <RLCNH@yahoogroups.com>
Just in case there are some here who AREN'T concerned, see below.
BTW, I would appreciate it if someone would forward this to a Free State
Project discussion list.
Executive Vice President and CEO, Pro-Gun New Hampshire, Inc. -->
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Dan Gifford" <dangifford@...>
To: "GIFFORD GROUP" <dangifford@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2012 3:07 PM
Subject: FBI says paying for your morning coffee with cash a potential
terrorist activity ...
> What should I consider suspicious?
> * People who always pay with cash ...
> Flyer from:
> Communities Against Terrorism
> Potential Indicators of Terrorist Activities Related to Internet Caf�
> Bureau of Justice Assistance
> Federal Bureau of Investigation
> The flyers haven�t been publicly available online, but Public
> Intelligence, a project promoting the right to access information,
> collected 25 documents that it found elsewhere on the Web. As Public
> Intelligence puts it, �Do you like online privacy? You may be a
> The Wrong Way To Monitor Internet Cafes for Terrorists
> By Adam Sneed
> Staff writer
> February 2, 2012
> FBI says paying for your morning coffee with cash a potential terrorist
> activity, urges coffee shop owners to report cash-paying customers to
> By Ethan A. Huff
> Staff writer
> Natural News
> February 08, 2012
> Purchasing a cup of coffee using cash instead of a credit or debit card,
> using Google Maps to view photos of sporting event stadiums and large
> cities, and installing software to protect your internet privacy on your
> mobile phone -- these and many other mundane activities are now
> considered to be potential terrorist activities by the Federal Bureau of
> Investigation (FBI). And the agency is now distributing a new series of
> flyers as part of its new "Communities Against Terrorism" (CAT) program
> that urges shop owners and others to report such "suspicious" activity
> to authorities.
> "The Communities Against Terrorism program is funded by the Bureau of
> Justice Assistance through the SLATT Program to provide law enforcement
> agencies with a tool to engage members of the local community in the
> fight against terrorism," writes SLATT.org, the program of the U.S.
> Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance that is promoting
> the program, on its website. "To assist law enforcement in the outreach
> effort, templates of flyers containing potential indicators have been
> created for distribution to specific industries"
> The SLATT program offers both on-site and online training
> (indoctrination) for coffee shop owners, financial institution
> employees, tattoo shop artists, and many others into how to spot
> potential terrorist activities. Included among the many propaganda
> flyers the FBI is distributing as part of the campaign are ones for how
> to spot terrorists at local hobby shops and beauty supply stores, for
> instance, as well as flyers for owners of farm supply and home
> improvement stores (http://publicintelligence.net).
> This little gem warns internet cafe owners to watch out for and report
> customers that always pay for their coffee with cash, as they could be
> terrorists (http://info.publicintelligence.net). Another ridiculous
> flyer intended for owners of boat shops warns them to be on the lookout
> for people interested in becoming certified scuba divers, as they could
> be terrorists (http://info.publicintelligence.net).
> Be sure to check out the entire set of flyers here:
> A few years ago, this type of outlandish fear-mongering and Stasi-style
> spying on citizens would have been considered a crazy conspiracy theory
> by many. But today, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with
> its "See Something, Say Something" campaign, the U.S. Transportation
> Security Administration's (TSA) "First Observer" citizen spying program,
> and the TSA's Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response" (VIPR)
> internal checkpoint force, together with the new FBI spying program, are
> making this police state nightmare in America a tangible reality
> Sources for this article include:
> Learn more:
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