'Drug war insurgent' Barry Cooper flees U.S. claiming death threatsThe Progressive
Apr. 23, 2013
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Activist, filmmaker and former narcotics cop Barry Cooper, a self-styled “drug war insurgent” who in recent years attempted to catch police misdealings on camera for an online reality show, has fled the United States with his family claiming their lives were threatened.