In February 2017, in Memphis, TN, news broke of a security list at city Hall that named dozens of Memphians associated with recent protests, particularly those associated with #BlackLives Matter, and other social justice movements. The mysteriously sourced list implicated the city and the police department in violation of a 40 year old consent decree which prohibited political surveillance.
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