Corporations & their agents Archives: FBI

Time is Short: Interview With An Eco-Saboteur, Part I

In 1993 Michael Carter was arrested and indicted for underground environmental activism. Since then he’s worked aboveground, fighting timber sales and oil and gas leasing, protecting endangered species, and more. Today, he’s a member of Deep Green Resistance Colorado Plateau, and author of the memoir Kingfishers’ Song: Memories Against Civilization. Time is Short spoke with him … Continue reading Time is Short: Interview With An Eco-Saboteur, Part I

FBI Contacts Deep Green Resistance Seattle Member

On December 9th, 2014, around 1pm, an FBI agent by the name of Tim Suttles (?) called Deep Green Resistance Seattle member Max Wilbert on his cell phone. Agent Suttles asked to speak to Mr. Wilbert, then identified himself as a member of the FBI. Mr. Wilbert followed proper security culture (a set of basic … Continue reading FBI Contacts Deep Green Resistance Seattle Member

A Note on Recent FBI Contact with Deep Green Resistance Members

By Deep Green Resistance Steering Committee Recently, persons working for the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Joint Terrorism Task Force have contacted multiple DGR members by phone and in-person visits to their homes. These agents attempted to get members to talk about their involvement with DGR, have asked for permission to enter … Continue reading A Note on Recent FBI Contact with Deep Green Resistance Members

The Modern COINTELPRO and How To Fight It

By Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance Despite the seeming popularity of environmental and social justice work in the modern world, we’re not winning. We’re losing. In fact, we’re losing really badly. [1] Why is that? One reason is because few popular strategies pose real threats to power. That’s not an accident: the rules of … Continue reading The Modern COINTELPRO and How To Fight It

Time is Short: From Repression Comes Resistance

It’s often said that where there is oppression and brutalization, there is resistance; that resistance is fertile, and that it inevitably takes root in the cracks between the building blocks of exploitation and injustice. Even as industrial civilization drives indigenous peoples from their homelands and destroys what little remains of the living world, there is … Continue reading Time is Short: From Repression Comes Resistance

Accused environmental warrior Rebecca Rubin surrenders at US-Canada border

By Noelle Crombie / The Oregonian A 39-year-old woman accused of eco-sabotage in three Western states turned herself in to U.S. authorities at the Canadian border on Thursday morning. Rebecca Jeanette Rubin, a Canadian, had been on the run for a decade before surrendering in Blaine, Wash. She is accused of multiple counts of arson … Continue reading Accused environmental warrior Rebecca Rubin surrenders at US-Canada border

US government continuing campaign of repression against non-violent environmental activists

By Juliet Eilperin / Washington Post Ben Kessler, a student at the University of North Texas and an environmental activist, was more than a little surprised that an FBI agent questioned his philosophy professor and acquaintances about his whereabouts and his sign-waving activities aimed at influencing local gas drilling rules. “It was scary,” said Kessler, … Continue reading US government continuing campaign of repression against non-violent environmental activists

Aided by snitching LulzSec leader, FBI declares charges against five alleged hackers

By Jana Winter / Fox News Law enforcement agents on two continents swooped in on top members of the infamous computer hacking group LulzSec early this morning, and acting largely on evidence gathered by the organization’s brazen leader — who sources say has been secretly working for the government for months — arrested three and … Continue reading Aided by snitching LulzSec leader, FBI declares charges against five alleged hackers