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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Censored News: Top Stories October 2011

Oct. 9, 2011

This week’s top stories:

Lakotas, Dakotas, testify against Keystone pipeline in South Dakota by Vi Waln:
VIDEO: Cops beating people up at Occupy Wall Street Oct. 5, 2011

Exclusive from Censored News:
Wikileaks: Rating the Revolutionaries: Danny Glover scores big:

Top Column:
Mike Bruised Head: Another dark day in the history of the Blood Reserve

Exclusive, featured in Wikileaks Press:
Weapons of Choice: Disregard for human lives at the border:
Project Gunrunner

New at Censored News:

Infiltrator brags about his role in the pepper spray incident:
Congratulations to NAMMY winners 2011:
Occupy Grand Rapids!
VIDEO: Raging Grannies take DC:
VIDEO: Occupy DC protesters pepper sprayed at Air and Space Museum:
Lakotas Owe Aku supporting protesters
Occupy Wall Street: Tonight’s Tweetly News
Native Delegation in DC: A final NO to Keystone pipeline:

Don't miss:

Center for Constitutional Reform Condemns US Targeted Assassination of US Citizen:
Canada urged to prosecute Bush for torture, when he visits Oct. 20, 2011:

Censored News most accessed articles 2010 -- 2011:

Wikileaks: Canada’s unauthorized wiretaps of Mohawks (written in August 2010 before massive Wikileaks releases)
LOCKED DOWN: Snowbowl protest halts development on San Francisco Peaks:
Hacked data reveals US Marines as contract killers, hunting migrants on the Arizona border
Tucson: Hackers reveal data targeting ethnic studies
Flagstaff police attack and arrest Protect the Peaks marchers:

Infiltrator brags about role in pepper spray incident

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

WASHINGTON -- An assistant editor at the conservative The American Spectator brags about his role in the incident on Saturday when Occupy DC protesters were pepper sprayed at the National Air and Space Museum at the Smithsonian. The protest targeted the drone exhibit there, following President Obama's decision to continue using drones for targeted assassinations.

Patrick Howley writes in The American Spectator that he infiltrated the Occupy DC movement the day before to discredit it on the pages of the The American Spectator.

"But as far as anyone knew I was part of this cause -- a cause that I had infiltrated the day before in order to mock and undermine in the pages of The American Spectator -- and I wasn't giving up before I had my story."

Although the original article was removed by American Spectator on Sunday , there's still a copy on the Internet:

In the end Howley discredited no one -- except himself.

Read more:
Daily Kos: More on the agent provocateur Howley:
Washington Post: Conservative journalist says he infiltrated, escalated, DC museum incident:

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