US Military Spied On Planned Parenthood, Civilian Phone Calls (

February 26, 2010 12:00 am

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According to an Electronic Frontier Foundation FOIA, military intelligence spied on the anti-war group Alaskans for Peace and Justice in 2005.

The U.S. Joint Forces Command liaison, working with the FBI’s Olympic Intelligence Center, collected and disseminated information on members of Planned Parenthood and National Alliance, a white supremacist group, regarding their involvement in protests and distributing literature as part of the government’s security preparations for the 2002 Olympics.


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