Police were on lookout for anarchists at Moral Monday protests (charlotteobserver.com)

October 7, 2013 12:00 am

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The North Carolina General Assembly Police Chief revealed that his officers targeted anarchists for intelligence gathering and arrest at this summer’s “Moral Monday” protests, while testifying at the first trial of a “Moral Monday” demonstrator. His agency arrested 930 people this summer. The Raleigh, North Carolina Chief of Police also confirmed that her officers attended protest planning meetings held at a local church in plain clothes and without identifying themselves, in order to determine the number of people expected to be arrested.


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