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October 12, 2016. Washington, D.C. Monday, the National Whistleblower Center and FBI whistleblowers Fred Whitehurst, Jane Turner, Mike German and Robert Kobus (Amici) filed an amicus curiae brief in a case before the Court of Appeals for the Federal ...
October 12, 2016. Washington, D.C. Monday, the National Whistleblower Center and FBI whistleblowers Fred Whitehurst, Jane Turner, Mike German and Robert Kobus (Amici) filed an amicus curiae brief in a case before the Court of Appeals for the Federal ...

Based on some of the true events of ex-FBI agent Mike German and his time spent undercover to infiltrate white supremacist groups and anti-government militias, Imperium is one of the most relevant films in current cinemas, both exciting and sometimes ...
Imperium co-writer Mike German has the kind of pedigree that commands respect: he served in the FBI for 16 years, 12 of them as an undercover agent tasked with infiltrating dangerous white supremacy groups in order to prevent domestic terrorist attacks.
... the world and to Mike German, it became even more fascinating and felt like something that was really worth talking about and portraying.
The film, directed by Daniel Ragussis, is inspired by the career of Mike German, a former F.B.I. agent who specialized in infiltrating extremist groups.

But seriously, Radcliffe playing an FBI agent who goes undercover as a neo-Nazi, as he does in his new film, Imperium, is totally unexpected.
But not everyone was sorry to see E&R dissolve, including Mike German, a former special agent in the FBI who focused on counterterrorism.
"Most of the people who express extreme political views or religious views do not engage in violence, and the people who do engage in violence do not have longstanding or deep ties to those communities," said Mike German, a former agent with the FBI ...
"Most of the people who express extreme political views or religious views do not engage in violence, and the people who do engage in violence do not have longstanding or deep ties to those communities," said Mike German, a former agent with the FBI ...
According to Mike German, a Los Angeles-based FBI agent who investigated hate groups for years from the inside, hate groups are "very easy to infiltrate.
Leider hat die auf wahren Begebenheiten basierende Geschichte noch keinen deutschen Starttermin. Inspiriert wurde der Film durch die Geschichte von Mike German, einem FBI-Agenten, der jahrzehntelang verdeckt gegen den Terrorismus ermittelte.
... playing an FBI agent tasked with infiltrating a violent white supremacist group planning to commit terrorist acts to further its cause.
While citing a "sharp rise" in undercover counter-terrorism cases aimed at ISIS sympathizers and charges filed against "90 Americans believed to be linked to the group," Lichtblau quoted ex-Special Agent Mike German, now an NYU professor, who concluded ...
"What troubles me about the NGI is that the previous systems used to be focused on criminal identification and so had somewhat of a limited impact," said Mike German, a fellow with the Brennan Center for Justice's Liberty and National Security Program ...
Former FBI special agent Mike German told WhoWhatWhy that "the CARRP references in the files are pretty good evidence that CARRP played a role in delaying action on his application.
Former FBI special agent Mike German told WhoWhatWhy that "the CARRP references in the files are pretty good evidence that CARRP played a role in delaying action on his application.

"Our society has established a number of protective zones where you're allowed to be candid: with your doctor, your religious clergy, even to a certain extent within a school system, with student privacy laws," said Mike German, a former FBI agent who ...
What the radicalization model fails to take into account, according to former FBI agent Mike German, is that there is no clear causation between an individual's increased interest in extremist ideology and the decision to commit political violence ...
As former FBI agent Mike German complained to me last week, "What will the officers know after reading this that they didn't before?
"The government and media sensationalize [terrorism] in a manner that spreads fear and misunderstanding that drives ineffective policies," says Mike German, a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU and a former FBI counterterrorism agent.
Back in 2011, Reason TV talked with Mike German, who's quoted above. A former FBI agent who infiltrated white supremacist groups in the Pacific Northwest, he became a lawyer and worked at the ACLU before joining NYU's Brennan Center.
Mike German, a national security fellow at New York University Law school and a former FBI agent, said the government's model to predict who will become a terrorist is flawed, partly because it focuses too much on those who adhere to a radical or ...
Mike German, a national security fellow at New York University Law school and a former FBI agent, said the government's model to predict who will become a terrorist is flawed, partly because it focuses too much on those who adhere to a radical or ...
Mike German, a former FBI special agent and a fellow at New York University's Brennan Center for Justice, says terrorism is a persistent threat, but a low-level one.
In the wake of a new wave of domestic terrorist attacks, including the attack on nine parishioners at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina just weeks ago, the House Committee on Homeland Security passed controversial legislation which ...
Sounds typical, says Mike German, a former FBI special agent who wrote a book about his experience. He's now a fellow at New York University's Brennan Center.
"people can change their appearance and assume a covert identity, but they can't change their fingerprints," wrote Mike German, a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice's Liberty and National Security Program, in an email. If the hack was indeed ...
According to counterterrorism analyst Daryl Johnson, the threat of rightwing domestic terror is neither new nor diminishing, yet the FBI has little to no interest in tracking it. Former domestic counterterrorism agent Mike German notes that the FBI ...
"Mike German, a former FBI agent who did undercover work infiltrating extremist groups including neo-Nazis and militia groups and is now senior policy counsel for the ACLU, told me that more government surveillance isn't the solution, and that it's a ...
Mike German, a former FBI agent who is a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University school of Law, said he understands why some Churches might beef up security.
"The documents connect the investigation into anti-Keystone activists to other 'domestic terrorism issues' in the agency and show there was some liaison with the local FBI 'assistant Weapons of Mass Destruction coordinator.'" Mike German, a former FBI ...
The documents connect the investigation into anti-Keystone activists to other "domestic terrorism issues" in the agency and show there was some liaison with the local FBI "assistant Weapons of Mass Destruction coordinator".Mike German, a former FBI ...
There are a set of questions worth asking any time the US government claims the FBI has "disrupted" a terrorism plot, according to Mike German, a former special agent for the FBI and fellow with the Brennan Center for Justice. First, did either of the ...
Mike German is a fellow with the Brennan Center for Justice's Liberty and National Security Program. Previously he was policy counsel for national security and privacy for the American Civil Liberties Union ... The FBI and National Security Agency had ...
whistleblower Mike German, a former FBI special agent, testified, "In 2002, I was assigned to the Atlanta Division but was asked to work undercover in a Tampa counterterrorism investigation.
The feds made a formidable foe in Mike German as he the former FBI special agent became the ACLU's Senior Policy Counsel; years before Snowden blew the whistle, German was outspoken about the feds routinely spying on citizens.
... individuals and families they serve for their potential to become terrorists is abhorrent on its face," The Intercept quoted Mike German, a former FBI agent as saying. German is now with the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University school ...
"The idea that you're tying outreach to terrorist activity is both offensive to the community and specious from a counterterrorism research perspective," said Mike German of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University school of Law. ... After ...
"The idea that you're tying outreach to terrorist activity is both offensive to the community and specious from a counterterrorism research perspective," said Mike German of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University school of Law. ... After ...
Mike German is a fellow with the Brennan Center for Justice's Liberty and National Security Program. Previously he was policy ... These entities connect through an array of information sharing platforms and portals, including the National ...
Mike German is a fellow with the Brennan Center for Justice's Liberty and National Security Program. Previously he was policy counsel for national security and privacy for the American Civil Liberties Union Washington Legislative Office.
Mike German, a former special agent for the FBI and fellow with the Brennan Center for Justice, declined to comment specifically on aspects of Cornell's case.
Some of the programs were well-meaning attempts at educating Islamic leaders about the threat of hate crimes, but nonetheless ended up collecting private information, according to Mike German, a former FBI agent who worked on this issue for the ACLU ...
A public outreach strategy is built on a "false premise," says Mike German, a former undercover FBI agent now with the Brennan Center for Justice, namely that "there is a monolithic Muslim community [whose leaders] know who the bad guys are and simply ...
... teachers, medical and social service employees to rate the communities, individuals and families they serve for their potential to become terrorists is abhorrent on its face," said Mike German, a former FBI agent who is now with the Brennan Center ...
Some of the programs were well-meaning attempts at educating Islamic leaders about the threat of hate crimes, but nonetheless ended up collecting private information, according to Mike German, a former FBI agent who worked on this issue for the ACLU ...


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