Anonymous and Black Block seek the overthrow of the US Government, they hate cops and everything they stand for and seek to disrupt the Tampa RNC. The US Federal Court House in Tampa is located at 801 North Florida Ave, the stored bricks and metal pipes were found on a roof at 1004 North Florida Ave which is just a 2 minute walk down the street, see map CLICK HERE
TAMPA TRIBUNE: As security officials prepare for next week’s Republican National Convention, Tampa police are investigating whether there are links between the Aug. 15 posting of a YouTube video purporting to be from the hacker collective known as Anonymous and the discovery of pipes and bricks on a downtown rooftop two days later. The eight-minute video, titled “ANONYMOUS: Message 2 RNC Activists F.B.I TPD & PI Bill Warner,” see video CLICK HERE, features a figure in a blue outfit wearing a Guy Fawkes mask, speaking in a computer-altered voice.
Because of the graffiti found at the building and the message delivered in the video, police are looking to see if the two are linked, said Assistant Police Chief John Bennett. The video, posted by someone called “Holly Hopper,” complains that Tampa police have monitored their activities. It also takes aim at the media and a Sarasota-based private investigator named Bill Warner who has run an online campaign against Anonymous and the anarchist group Black Bloc.
The narrator takes particular aim at Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor. “Your police department was monitoring protest chatter on line and working with mainstream news media, and people like Private I Bill Warner to spread misinformation to the masses …. “You have labeled us all as domestic terrorists.” Warner, whose website features numerous mentions of both groups, said he was named in the video “because I have been the most vocal person about the Black Bloc and the domestic terrorist links to the people in the Occupy protest movements.”
Washington (CNN) -- Law enforcement officials are concerned about possible violence by anarchist extremists at the upcoming Republican and Democratic national conventions, according to an intelligence bulletin prepared by the FBI and Department of Homeland Security.
The bulletin, which was obtained by CNN, says that anarchists could try to use improvised explosive devices. It also says that, as of March, the FBI had intelligence indicating individuals from New York "planned to travel to Tampa and attempt to close" all of the Tampa Bay-area bridges during the Republican National Convention next week. According to the document, the FBI's information as of March showed that anarchist extremists proposed "engaging in potentially destructive criminal activities against critical infrastructure outside the security perimeter throughout the Tampa Bay region because they expected access to the main RNC venue to be tightly controlled."
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