"That the Intelligence
Unit monitor the October 4th meeting scheduled by 'Food Not Bombs".
San Francisco Police Captain Dick Holder
The "October 4th meeting" was in fact the regular monthly meeting of the
Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council held at the Page Street Library.
Captain Holder had been presenting a report on the neighborhood at those
meetings since he had been appointed Captain of Park Station. The
attached publications were collected from our weekly meal at the
entrance to Golden Gate Park. The police had made 94 arrests in August
and September 1988 of people sharing food with Food Not Bombs at Haight
and Stanyan Streets.
Food Not Bombs was planning to provide food at a protest at the Concord
Navel Weapons Station in support of Brian Wilson and the other Veterans
For Peace who were protesting the shipment of bombs to be used against
the people of El Salvador. The protest was nonviolent. An informant
obtained Keith's phone number at a meeting to plan the protest.
That Thanksgiving people started to contact Food Not Bombs to
report that they had been approached by uniformed National Guards
personnel at airports on their way home from the holiday. Those
contacting Food Not Bombs would report that the soldiers would point to
their Food Not Bombs button and explain that they had just attended a
weekend course on domestic terrorism where Food Not Bombs was described
as "one of America's most hardcore terrorist groups" and that the logo
had been shown as part of the class. They also claimed that the sharing
of free vegan meals was a front and that the leadership had other plans.
Efforts to get documentation about the domestic terrorism class have so
far not succeeded. Food Not Bombs was only active in three cities in
ADITIONAL DOCUMENTS, INTERNAL
GOVERNMENT MEMOS AND LETTERS ON THE ISSUE OF SPYING
Clinton Administration letter
responding to video and documents about the arrests and beatings of San
Francisco Food Not Bombs.
Amnesty International supports Food Not Bombs
after getting Clinton letter.
United Nations announces investigation into
violence and arrests of Food Not Bombs in San Francisco.
FBI memos on investigation into Denver
Food Not Bombs in 2004
Department of Defense memo
listing protests investigated by the military.
FBI memos on infiltration of
Richmond Food Not Bombs Starts with two pages about Orlando.
ADDITIONAL NEWS REPORTS AND DOCUMENTS ON
COVERT EFFORTS TO STOP FOOD NOT BOMBS
Page 1 of the 1988 warrentless wiretap
Food Not Bombs - P.O. Box 424 - Arroyo
Seco, NM 87514 USA - 1- 800-884-1136 firstname.lastname@example.org