ShareThisAttorney: FBI was aware of plan for snipers on Occupy Houston 31 Jul 2013 As the Occupy Houston movement gained steam in 2011, the FBI was aware of a plan to use snipers to take out leaders of the movement, according to FBI documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request. The documents do raise questions about how much the FBI knew about the plot, said Houston attorney Paul Kennedy, who represented several of the Occupy protesters in misdemeanor cases. Kennedy obtained a copy of the FBI document, which was requested in December 2012 by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, and has posted it on his blog. "The documents clearly state that the FBI had knowledge of a plot, and they’ve redacted out the names of any people and organizations," Kennedy said.
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