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    Join the Big Government OWS crowdsourcing project

    Join the Big Government OWS crowdsourcing project

    Big Government is launching a crowdsourcing project for a cache of documents obtained regarding the organization and implementation of the Occupy Wall Street movement (via Ace, who is participating):

    In keeping with the new media notion of crowdsourcing–enthusiastically embraced by the mainstream media when trawling through Sarah Palin’s emails–Big Government will be providing readers later today with links to a document drop consisting of thousands of emails.

    The email archive, created by a private cyber security researcher, appears to contain messages shared by the left’s anarcho-socialist activists during the strategic and daily tactical planning of the “Occupy Wall Street” and broader “Occupy” campaign this fall.

    Big Government received a tip about the existence of the archive, and we were able to contact the individual who compiled and posted it. He will describe the archive, and how he obtained the emails, later this morning exclusively on Big Government.

    Through “crowdsourcing,” the media and the public will then be able to discover the truth behind the “Occupy” movement.

    Join the crowd.

    As it progresses, feel free to make note in the comments here to keep readers up to date.

    Update:  You can download the entire file, so you can search on your own, here.

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    Callous Disregard | October 14, 2011 at 9:39 am

    This is fake. They have no organization.


     
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    LukeHandCool | October 14, 2011 at 10:28 am

     
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    DINORightMarie | October 14, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    I would love to, although I know that lots of people are already digging in. The files are .csv and .pst formats, backup of emails. So……..should be interesting reading.

    Although I might just get sick beyond belief when I see slime first hand and up-front slime. I will have to fortify my stomach.

    Sedition. That’s what this is.


     
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    votermom | October 14, 2011 at 2:09 pm

    I love that the emails are being crowd-sourced.
    What’s sauce for the grizzly is sauce for the chihuahas.
    http://twitter.com/#!/votermom/status/124870987350155264


     
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    mgparrish | October 14, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    I cross posted this over at MM.

    Unbelievable! As best I can tell they want to drag children into this … looks like a tactic to use the kids as human shields.

    Looks like after they flush the toilet clean up the park, the protestors move back with the kiddies for a “sleep over”.

    http://occupywallst.org/article/parents-bring-children-ows-tonight/#comments

    “We invite parents to come to 60 Wall Street, Friday night at 8 p.m. with their children to share the message that families are a central part of the Occupy Wall Street conversation. We welcome you to join the assembly, and bring your issues to light. There is nothing less attractive to the Bloomberg administration and other pols than to see parents and their children so invested in Occupy Wall Street that they would spend the night in a public park with their children.

    The presence of parents and children at Occupy Wall Street is a direct challenge to the misconception that this is a movement that only represents the young, the radical and the broke. It does, in fact, represent all of those parties – but it’s also made up of families and children who are ready to join the conversation with a list of issues, including home foreclosures, slashed public school budgets, lack of jobs, insufficient health care insurance and more. Show your kids – and our city – what democracry REALLY looks like. What is the 99% School?”


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