Police chief defends spying on protesters as terrorists

Police chief defends spying on protesters as terrorists

David Edwards
Raw Story
July 27, 2008

WJZ’s Weijia Jiang that superintendent of the Maryland State Police has denied wrongdoing in a 14 month undercover investigation that spied on anti-war and anti-death penalty groups.

Colonel Terrence Sheridan conceded that the operation lacked good judgement but said, “We did nothing wrong.”

As a part of the undercover surveillance, protesters were included in a terrorist database. A federal investigation is underway.

This video is from WJZ 13 Baltimore, broadcast July 25, 2008.

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