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(The Philadelphia Inquirer)   How the police used a t-shirt, a distinctive tattoo, and a trail of Internet breadcrumbs to find and charge a woman who set a police car on fire during the George Floyd protests   (inquirer.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, COINTELPRO, Surveillance, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Law enforcement agency, United States Department of Justice, social media history, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, federal authorities  
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2020-07-15 9:34:09 AM  
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Just remember this story when they're telling you they can't do anything to find your stolen shiat. They have the ability, they just don't care.
 
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