One of the main issues many Occupy Wall Street protesters spoke of during the last year was their concern that they were being watched by the police. The American Civil Liberties Union has obtained documents they had to file a lawsuit to get their hands on, and in these paper they've found proof that federal surveillance targeted protesters at Occupy encampments. J D Tuccille, managing director for Reason 24-7 News, joins RT's Kristine Frazao to discuss the matter.
t's been a year since the Occupy Wall Street movement kicked off in New York. One of the main issues the protesters have been facing is FBI surveillance and police brutality: Monday some of them have been beaten up in the city. The American Civil Liberties Union has obtained initial documents containing information about the surveillance of the Occupiers. Linda Lye, attorney at the ACLU joins RT's Kristine Frazao to talk more about it.
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