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Urge students, officials to stand against monitorings

A building superintendent in New Brunswick stumbled upon an alarming scene on June 2, 2009 — a room full of expensive spy equipment and Islamic fundamentalist propaganda. The landlord immediately called 911 with the belief that he had come into contact with a direct threat. He was right, of course, but not in the way that he thought. The threat that was discovered that day was not in the form of a terrorist plot, but rather a police spy ring, threatening not our safety but rather our society itself.

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