Editor’s Note: Out of the one thousand counter terrorism agents deployed by NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg, a significant percentage of those will be undercover, plain clothed officers whose job will be to infiltrate the demonstrations. Look for a sharp increase in the number of ‘radical’ or violent incidents, as NYPD counter-terror agents engage in police provocateuring – a strategy designed to turn public support against free speech and assembly in the United States of America.
November 21, 2011
Bloomberg referred to an alleged terrorist plot in the city that was reported foiled by city officials, adding that the police deployment to the crisis-hit city is a precautionary measure, AFP reported on Monday.
“Because of such repeated threats, the NYPD (New York Police Department) remains focused on preventing another terrorist attack,” the mayor added.
Bloomberg noted that an “al-Qaeda sympathizer,” that plotted to target police and post offices as well as soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan in New York was arrested in his apartment.