COINTELPROContinuesToday.com represents targeted individuals who are subjected to modern COINTELPRO operations and highly advanced, electronic torture.
COINTELPRO (COunter INTELigence PROgram) was a series of covert, and sometimes illegal projects initiated by the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation). The goal was to surveil, infiltrate, discredit, disrupt and ultimately neutralize political organizations and individuals the FBI saw as subversive.
The FBI used four main tactics during COINTELPRO (according to Brian Glick’s book War at Home):
Infiltration: Agents and informers did not merely spy on political activists. Their main purpose was to discredit and disrupt. Their very presence served to undermine trust and scare off potential supporters. The FBI and police exploited this fear to smear genuine activists as agents.
Psychological warfare: The FBI and police used myriad “dirty tricks” to undermine progressive movements. They planted false media stories and published bogus leaflets and other publications in the name of targeted groups. They forged correspondence, sent anonymous letters, and made anonymous telephone calls. They spread misinformation about meetings and events, set up pseudo movement groups run by government agents, and manipulated or strong-armed parents, employers, landlords, school officials and others to cause trouble for activists.
Legal harassment: The FBI and police abused the legal system to harass dissidents and make them appear to be criminals. Officers of the law gave perjured testimony and presented fabricated evidence as a pretext for false arrests and wrongful imprisonment. They discriminatorily enforced tax laws and other government regulations and used conspicuous surveillance, “investigative” interviews, and grand jury subpoenas in an effort to intimidate activists and silence their supporters.
Illegal force: The FBI conspired with local police departments to threaten dissidents; to conduct illegal break-ins in order to search dissident homes; and to commit vandalism, assaults, beatings and assassinations. The object was to frighten, or eliminate, dissidents and disrupt their movements. 
There have been two congressional hearings on COINTELPRO, “A major investigation was launched in 1976 by the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities of the United States Senate, commonly referred to as the “Church Committee” for its chairman, Senator Frank Church of Idaho. However, millions of pages of documents remain unreleased, and many released documents have been partly, or entirely, redacted”.
We at COINTELPROcontinuestoday.com know that COINTELPRO operations are still being carried out today with the aid of current advanced technology. They are a supplement to today’s electronic torture.
Our answer to the situation has been to follow the advice of an attorney who studied the best ways to address such problems. We seek the support of public input into the situation as well as testimonial letters by the victims of COINTELPRO and electronic torture and bring the package of letters, along with questions by the public to Congress. We would like to have a congressional hearing and investigation.
1. Glick, Brian. War at Home. Boston: South End Press pamphlet series ; no. 6, 1989. Building Liberty. Web. 02 Nov. 2013. http://www.buildingliberty.us/war-at-home/index.html