Going Electronic, Denver Reveals Long-Term Surveillance

The Denver police have gathered information on unsuspecting local activists since the 1950s, secretly storing what they learned on simple index cards in a huge cabinet at police headquarters. Among those the police spied on were nuns, advocates for American Indians and church organisations.

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