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  1. Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall at |

    I’m so relieved to see you acknowledge Cointelpro didn’t stop in the 1970s. It sure didn’t in Seattle. In 1981 the FBI collaborated with Marcost agents to gun down Filipino cannery workers and union organizers Domingo and Viernes. Then between 1982 and 1982 they infiltrated and broke up CISPES twice. Then they targeted white supporters of the campaign to create an African American Heritage Museum with covert harassment. Then there was the postal worker and union organizer who was murdered in 1989. I could go on and on. I write about all this in my recent memoir THE MOST REVOLUTIONARY ACT: MEMOIR OF AN AMERICAN REFUGEE (www.stuartbramhall.com). I currently live in exile in New Zealand.

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