Wednesday, July 25, 2012
The call is from a building superintendent discovering an apartment building that he thought may be a terrorist operation, instead a post for an NYPD surveillance unit.
A New Brunswick superintendent can he heard in a state of confusion with a 911 dispatcher as he discovered that one of his units was absent of usual apartment furnishings and instead contained computers, police radios, photos of terrorists and nearby buildings. According to a report on NJ.com, New Brunswick Police has finally released the recording of the June 2, 2009 911 call that uncovered that this New Brunswick apartment was actually being used by the NYPD to monitor Muslims in Newark, Princeton and in New Brunswick, including Rutgers University. New Brunswick police and city council have said that they had not been notified that the NYPD was conducting the operation in town. Rutgers University had also said that they were unaware of …
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
The Associated Press filed a lawsuit on Monday morning after being denied access to a 911 tape that revealed the location of a secret surveillance nest in New Brunswick that was used by the NYPD to monitor Muslim students.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
A recent investigation by the Associated Press uncovered NYPD surveillance of Muslim groups outside of New York, including the Muslim Student Association of Rutgers University
The Muslim Student Association of Rutgers University has issued a statement regarding a recent report that the NYPD conducted secret surveillance of the group. According to an Associated Press report, the NYPD conducted secret surveillance of Muslim student groups at colleges and Universities in the tri-state area, including the Newark and New Brunswick campuses of Rutgers University. In a statement released on the organization's Facebook page on Tuesday, the Rutgers University Muslim Student Association said it was outraged at what it called a breach of "civil and legal rights," and urged the university to take a stance against the surveillance claims. "There is absolutely no justification in religiously profiling university students who …