Keep up with the news by installing RT’s extension for . Never miss a story with this clean and simple app that delivers the latest headlines to you.
A 16-year-old high school student’s video report for his American Government class earned him an A+ from his teacher. It also yielded a visit from the FBI.
View full story
He can relax now, I am sure NSA will recruit him when turning 18, sure they pay good money, money he wont refuse, smart kids, they always hire them...
Just goes to show. Your not safe under the 1st Amendment. Even getting to much info is jail able.
I will gladly provide free armed security for any child who wishes to write libertarian essays.
They should be investigating our crooked politicians not our children.
Some FBI "office manager" somewhere is a small person.
LOLL, our tax dollars "at work." Hurrayyy, Justin Hallman, you "made the cut!"
Corruptions stinks and more so when Federal police demand a CHILD do their job.
The job offer was a ploy meant to flatter. Making it to an educated Ron Paul supporter was foolish.
Obviously Mr Hallman's FBI agents are complete newbs, else they'd know to charge his with fifty or sixty years worth of felony offenses, <i>then</i& gt; get him to sign on as an informant.
Sounds like they weren't concerned about content so much as recruitment. Asking about anonymous lol.
Link to video is included in article, look for the word "project" in blue.
These are our tax dollars hard at work
this is why i worry about my FB posts. google "anarchist witch-hunt NW united states" to be scared.
Authorization required for adding comments
You must follow the link in the confirmation
email before you can log in.
Resend confirmation email
Don't forget to check your spam folder
The confirmation email has been sent
To complete a registration check
A password has been sent to your email address
Retype new password
AntiSec hackers retaliate after Anon-collaborator arrested by FBI
Marine detained for Facebook posts: 'It made me scared for my country'
Iraq vet arrested on terrorism charges after jogging with training rifle
Judge orders release of US Marine detained for Facebook posts