FBI interrogates American patriot for making free speech ‘police state’ comment on Facebook
by: Jonathan Benson
Saturday, September 14, 2013
Be careful what you say on the government-monitored and likely CIA-backed social media website Facebook, as it could result in federal agents and the local police showing up at your door for questioning. This is what happened to 33-year-old Blaine Cooper of Arizona recently after he posted a comment on his Facebook “wall” decrying the burgeoning American police state, and urging his friends and family to be prepared to defend their freedoms against tyrants, both foreign and domestic — you know, the very same things America’s Founding Fathers bravely stood for.
A frightening scenario that warrants the extra “S” in U.S.S.A., Cooper reportedly received unexpected phone calls both from the Prescott Valley Police Department and the FBI less than 24 hours after posting the comment, ordering him to come down to the local police station for questioning. Cooper complied, which he later found out was the only reason federal agents did not come to his front door unannounced and literally kick it in to conduct a full-scale house raid.
“Cooper, who is training to be a wild land fire fighter, said that on August 23, he was contacted by Officer Jason Kaufman of the Prescott Valley Police Department and was told that he needed to come to the police station for an interview with the FBI,” reports PoliceStateUSA.com, the alternative news website first contacted by Cooper following the incident. “He complied with the request for an interview, which lasted 45 minutes with federal agents present. He was released after apparently being determined to not be a threat.”