We've posted this on our Facebook page when it first came out.
Now here's a video that explains it in detail.
We've been victims of this going back as far as 1997 when a police agent hired to sabotage the Critical Mass bicycle ride in San Francisco launched a smear campaign against me for exposing the elaborate plot and her role in it.
I sued her and won a $5,000 judgement which was overturned by a corrupt San Francisco judge who literally dozed off during the trial.
We also reported about this when the US Army Corps of Engineers got on the web after the federal levee failures in 2005 that killed over 1,000 people, rendered over 100,000 homeless and caused $100 billion in financial losses.
Corps computers were used to post insulting, racist and inflammatory remarks and disrupt any forum - anywhere in the word - where people were asking about the Corps role in the catastrophe.
Nola.com owned by the New Orleans Picayune has all the data on the posts to its site and not only will not release it but fired the employee who collected the data and was about to turn it over to investigators.