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News :: Race
court solidarity email scooped by State Police snoops.
12 Sep 2006
Modified: 11:47:15 PM
The Massachusetts State Polices "Fusion Center" has intercepted an activist court solidarity email and forwarded it to the Lexington police department who passed it to the Concord district court where it was entered into evidence against a demonstrator on trial today.
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The email asked for the activist community to turn out for the trial of Pete L. who is before a jury today in Concord for a protest arrest.

Discover from the Concord District attorney shows that Philip Tarpey SPD/CIB ( PTtarpey (at) ) asked the States "intelligence Fusion Center" to forward the email to the Lexington Police department who arrested Pete L. at a vigil during a speech by the israeli consul in October. A prior hearing on the matter revealed that the arresting officer was on a paid detail by the institution hosting the israeli official.

State trooper David Hughes at the Intelligence Fusion Center and possibly an individual named Paul Macone then faxed it to Officer Rizzo at The Lexington PD who forwarded the court solidarity email to the DA who entered it into evidence against Pete L.

The Massachusette State Police Fusion Center Is located at 470 Worcester road, Framingham Ma. 01702
tele. 508 802 2129
fax 508 820 2128

The email was lifted from "ariseaction (at)" and is viewable at The Bridge web site.

Pete L.'s Jury Trial Wednesday, Sep 13, 9 AM Concord District Court 305 Walden St, Concord, MA Directions in PDF: concorddistrictmain.html

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