DHS and FBI Warn of Terrorists with Cameras Following Boston Bombing
April 26, 2013
The terrorist attack, or staged terrorist attack, in Boston, like the 9/11 attack before it, will result in the continued destruction of our constitutionally guaranteed liberty. The police state, led by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI, are already spearheading the effort.
On April 16, the day after the attack in Boston, the DHS and FBI created a “Joint Intelligence Bulletin” instructing law enforcement and private sector safety officials on how they should identify and mitigate potential terrorist threats.
After stating that behavior outlined in the bulletin may “constitute the exercise of rights guaranteed by the US Constitution,” the DHS and FBI say “possible indicators” of terrorist activity include “[d]iscret use of cameras or video recorders, sketching, or note taking consistent with pre-operational surveillance.” Photography should be considered part of a “totality of behavioral indicators and other relevant circumstances” before “any law enforcement response or action,” according to the bulletin.
In addition, the “suspicious purchases” of items such as “hydrogen peroxide, acetone, gasoline, propane, or fertilizer” should be considered suspect by law enforcement, Fire-EMS, private security personnel, and emergency managers and “forwarded to the appropriate fusion center and FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force for further action.”