Friday, July 07, 2006

California Releases Anti-Terrorism Intelligence Reports

Peter Nicholas writes in The Los Angeles Times:

State intelligence reports released Thursday by the Schwarzenegger administration include material suggesting that the governor's anti-terrorism operation was interested in the actions of the Minuteman volunteer border patrol group.

The reports also include a cryptic reference to "suspicious conversations at a mosque" in San Diego.

State officials released more than 80 intelligence reports prepared for the state Office of Homeland Security, in response to The Times' disclosure that two reports carried information about domestic political protests ranging from antiwar gatherings to protect-the-seals rallies.

Large sections of the reports shown to reporters had been removed. The homeland security office said the blocked material was "law-enforcement sensitive."

More here.


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