By Jim Dwyer
The New York Times
Sunday 25 March 2007
For at least a year before the 2004 Republican National Convention, teams of undercover New York City police officers
traveled to cities across the country, Canada and Europe to conduct covert observations of people who planned to protest
at the convention, according to police records and interviews.
From Albuquerque to Montreal, San Francisco to Miami, undercover New York police officers attended meetings of
political groups, posing as sympathizers or fellow activists, the records show.
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