COINTELPRO Original Documents

The original FBI/CIA COINTELPRO crimes of the 1950s-60s are powerful evidence which show that when "mind control" victims complain they are being harassed by conventional means (break-ins, thefts, sabotage and massive character assassination) there is unimpeachable evidence that the U.S. government has performed such crimes in the RECENT past. With the exposure of the COINTELPRO crimes in Congressional hearings in the 1970s, no longer can skeptics argue that "government wouldn't do that". WAS another site but as of January 2010 that site is not found. is, as of February 2010, Paul Wolf's collection of COINTELPRO documents.

I. Introduction and Summary
II. The Growth of Domestic Intelligence: 1936 to 1976
III. Findings
(A) Violating and Ignoring the Law
(B) Overbreadth of Domestic Intelligence Activity
(C) Excessive Use of Intrusive Techniques
(D) Using Covert Action to Disrupt and Discredit Domestic Groups
(E) Political Abuse of Intelligence Information
(F) Inadequate Controls on Dissemination and Retention
(G) Deficiencies in Control and Accountability
COINTELPRO: The FBI's Covert Action Programs Against American Citizens
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Case Study
The FBI's Covert Action Program to Destroy the Black Panther Party
The Use of Informants in FBI Intelligence Investigations
Warrantless FBI Electronic Surveillance
Warrantless Surreptitious Entries: FBI "Black Bag" Break-ins And Microphone Installations
The Development of FBI Domestic Intelligence Investigations
Domestic CIA and FBI Mail Opening
CIA Intelligence Collection About Americans: CHAOS Program And The Office of Security
National Security Agency Surveillance Affecting Americans
Improper Surveillance of Private Citizens By The Military
The Internal Revenue Service: An Intelligence Resource and Collector
National Security, Civil Liberties, And The Collection of Intelligence: A Report On The Huston Plan