By Danny Fenster
New York Police monitored Muslim college students far broader than previously thought, reports
the Associated Press. Further, the monitoring was conducted at schools
far beyond city limits, including Rutgers University, Yale and the
University of Pennsylvania. Officers even spoke with professors in
Buffalo, 300 miles away from the city.
New York police even sent an agent undercover on a whitewater trip,
according to the AP, “where he recorded students’ names and noted in
police intelligence files how many times they prayed.”
Police spokesman Paul Browne offered a list of 12 people arrested or
convicted on terrorism charges as members of Muslim student associations
when asked about the monitoring.
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