LAPD Wants You To Watch Your Neighbors For Suspicious Terrorist Activity, ACLU Not Thrilled (

October 8, 2009 12:00 am

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The LAPD has announced the creation of new program called iWatch, something which LAPD Chief William Bratton calls the “21st century version of Neighborhood Watch.” Basically, the program encourages residents to identify and report suspicious behaviors and activities that have been known to be used by terrorists.

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