FBI special agent: "no credible threats" to NATO summit, Chicago

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In the video above, a special agent from the FBI tells AP "there have been no credible threats that we've developed regarding the NATO summit or the City of Chicago this weekend." That's odd, because the FBI was reportedly involved in surveiling and arresting the three anti-NATO protesters who have been charged with possession of bombs, conspiracy and material support for terrorism.

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According to the We Are Change YouTube page, Livestreamers "Luke Rudkowksi, Tim Pool, Jeoff Shively, Dustin & Jess were driving home after covering a NATO protest in Chicago only to have their car raided by police." Watch the video above to see parts of the stop. Read Kevin Gosztola's account of the stop.

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Chicago police don't have a problem destroying our privacy in public by watching us everywhere we go on thousands of face recognition-enabled surveillance cameras. But they really don't like it when the tables are turned. Watch above.

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Finally, the video above shows a CPD van ramming through a crowd of protesters on the evening of Saturday May 19. 

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