Operation FALCON: External Links

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The following are external links related to the main article on Operation FALCON.

News aggregates

Blogswarm 2005

  • "Operation FALCON: Publicity Stunt?" TalkLeft Blog, April 14, 2005.
  • Constant, "FALCON: DoJ's public relations ruse," Constant's pations blogspot, April 15, 2005: "Other than a few public photos, there is little to suggest this operation was real, or that the massive effort was effectual. Rather, the program appears related more to a PR-campaign to pump up support for law enforcement despite their waning publicly credibility."
  • "'Operation Falcon' Raises Disturbing Questions," WinterPatriot blogspot, April 15, 2005.
  • Constant, "Operation Falcon: Is the net snaring lawful protestors?" Constant's pations blogspot, April 16, 2005: "Thousands were rounded up. But DoJ's numbers only account for portion of them. ... What about the others, where did they come from, and why were they really arrested?"
  • "Operation FALCON: Sign of Things to Come?" HappyFt Travels, April 16, 2005: "The use of widespread Homeland Security type measures also point to historical sweeps made by the Soviets and the Nazis, causing one who criticizes the federal government to give pause. In recent history, many totalitarian nationalistic governments arrested, executed, and imprisioned the opposition and the outspoken. It still happens today, with Southeast Asia and South America being examples. One can think 'If it happens elsewhere, then why not in the United States?' though our democracy and constitution should protect us from that."
  • Fintan, "Operation Falcon : Dry Run for Political Mass Arrests?" WagNews, April 16, 2005.
  • "Disarmed criminals?" Posse Incitatus, May 3, 2005: "Among the 10,340 fugitives arrested, only 243 weapons were recovered. ... Noting the usual hysteria from gun control activists about how easy it is for criminals to get firearms, From the Heartland wondered why the number of guns siezed were so small."
  • "The significance of 10,000," Posse Incitatus, May 11, 2005
  • "Kristallnacht Revisited," The Wertz Generation blogspot, May 13, 2005.

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Operation FALCON I April 4-10, 2005

Operation FALCON II April 17-23, 2006

Operation FALCON III October 22-28, 2006

Operation FALCON-Baltimore February 26 to March 2, 2007

Operation FALCON 2007 July 9-21, 2007