Domestic Spying Victim: Virginia Cody

Domestic Spying Victim: Virginia Cody

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Virginia Cody -- a retired Air Force officer and anti-drilling activist -- was shocked to mistakenly receive a bulletin from the Pennsylvania Homeland Security Director describing the monitoring of several anti-drilling groups. The bulletin revealed that Virginia and other anti-drilling activists who were peacefully exercising their First Amendment rights were included in state "anti-terrorism" reports.

Unfortunately, Virgina'a story is not unique. Similar law enforcement behavior has taken place in at least 33 states and Washington D.C.

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