San Fran 'Radical' During Black Panthers Era Richard Aoki Revealed To Be FBI InformantChris | InformationLiberation
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Sixties radical Richard Aoki, known for having armed the black panthers, has just been exposed as having been an FBI informant.
From the Mercury News:
Newly released FBI records reveal that Richard Masato Aoki, widely revered as a radical hero in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1960s, had a deep relationship with the FBI, informing on his fellow Asian activists and on Black Panther Party leaders Huey Newton and Bobby Seale.There is no doubt he gave them the guns to try and trigger violence as a pretext for a crackdown, as is standard FBI procedure. The feds tried the same scam recently with Fast and Furious where they pushed US gun dealers to sell arms to Mexican drug cartels as a pretext to justify more anti-gun legislation.
Similarly, FBI asset Hal Turner, a phony right-wing radio host who would regularly call for violence against judges and state officials was jailed in 2010 after the FBI left him out to dry when he called for three judges to be killed for upholding a law banning handguns in Chicago. He said he was operating on the feds behalf trying to ferret out anti-government radicals who agreed with the sentiment, evidently the feds wanted to distance themselves from the case so they chose not to intervene and actually let him be imprisoned.
Just this last year former police chief Mark Kessler revealed he did much the same to try and bust radicals in the patriot-movement. Kessler made the rounds on patriot radio and on YouTube trying to rile up militia-types with pro-second amendment, anti-government rhetoric then informed on those who contacted him so the feds could set them up for attempting to carry out acts of violence.
As former FBI assistant director Thomas Fuentes recently said, it's important that the agency “keep fear alive” in order to justify endless budget increases.