Antiwar.com Obtains More Photos of “Mo” and “Gloves,” Video of Journalist Arrested for “Aggravated Battery”

Steve Horn, May 24, 2012

Antiwar.com has obtained several more photos of the alleged police infiltrators, known by the aliases “Mo” and “Gloves,” both of whom were allegedly tasked with acting as informants in the arrests of the group of NATO Summit activists know popularly known as the “NATO 3.” This group has since morphed into, in reality, the “NATO 8.” That is, five activists total having been charged with various “terrorism” charges and three more hit with “aggravated battery” charges by the Chicago Police Department and prosecuting attorneys.

Furthermore, Antiwar.com has obtained a copy of a video shot of the arrest of Occupy Pittsburgh activist, Taylor Hall, who was arrested on May 19 for alleged aggravated battery of a member of the Chicago Police Department.

Increasingly, evidence is being obtained that flies in the face of the narrative the Chicago Police Department (CPD) has been offering. These newest photos, which show the infiltrators “Mo” and “Gloves” deeply involved in many activities with Occupy Chicago activists, speak volumes for how skilled these infiltrators were, masking their identities for weeks in the prelude to the preemptive arrests in the days leading up to the NATO Summit.

The photos can be seen below and the video below. The questions that have yet to be answered: how did this all occur, why did it all occur, who hatched the plot, and what are the real identities and backgrounds of “Mo” and “Gloves,” among others?

Stay tuned for more answers to these multi-faceted questions from Antiwar.com as the craziness in Chicago continues to unfold and answers to these key questions arise.

Gloves and Mo on May Day
Gloves and Mo on May Day

Gloves with Black Bloc
Gloves with Black Bloc

Mo at Woodland Clinic
Mo at Woodland Clinic

Mo on May Day
Mo on May Day

Gloves
Gloves at May Day




17 Responses to “Antiwar.com Obtains More Photos of “Mo” and “Gloves,” Video of Journalist Arrested for “Aggravated Battery””

  1. You can pretty well be sure that at any major rally/protest such as this that about 10% of the participants are undercover agents or informants. Yes, we do live in a police state and protests are looked upon as one step away from 'terrorism' by those in power.

  2. None dare call them 'Stassi'.

  3. I have pictures of them too from mayday, anyone want them?

    should have known, they both have the same hoodie, and is brand spanking new…

  4. If you can "pretty well be sure… that about 10%… are undercover agents or informants", then you should be able to provide the evidence of your claim.

    The reason I ask is because, "pretty well be sure" and "about" just does not sound very convincing to me, and because the 10% number just sounds so unrealistic. I am pretty well sure of that!

  5. That's because it's spelled 'Stasi.'

  6. [...] the FBI Launched a War of Entrapment Against the Occupy Movement? Arun Gupta, AlterNet: “With the high-profile arrest of activists [...]

  7. Hi Kevin:Oh crap, I misspell. Sorry.

  8. Well, then, I guess you're saying that we better not protest anything anymore, since the government is so all-powerful that they can mobilize 10% of any crowd to be informants. All we need to do is quietly lay down and surrender our right to protest, since it can't possibly help, what with 10% of the protesters being cops.And every time someone says or writes something like that, a few more people come to believe it, and we are that much closer to the day the powers that be can do what they like without fear of popular contradiction. Nice job, Roger, although I don't think that's the "job" you intended.

  9. 10% is unrealistic in the sense of being too much, or too little?

    You seem to forget, our government operates on the principle that 'pretty sure' equates to damnable guilt in cases each and every day. These days, they don't even need to be 'pretty sure' as they can pick you up for any reason, real or imagined, or without charge at all.

  10. I would forward the notion that when protests are planned, the planners have a detailed accounting of who is in their particular group prior to the protest and be able to visually identify each and every one of them. Each protest bloc leader has their own group who they are sure of, and if anyone from outside that group tries to join in their 'zone' that person gets trotted to the police- especially if they say anything that goes against that particular group's message or operating guidelines.

    Granted, this has a stifling effect on spontaneous protests but it does provide at least a minimum of operational security for protest movements.

  11. Looks like we have a new troll here. I wonder what agency he works for?

  12. I hope you're being sarcastic.

  13. Paranoia will destroy ya.

  14. 10% is obviously ridiculously large. They don't need a number that large to do damage, and they can't mobilize that number of infiltrators, given their level of efficiency. And what has the government's stabdards of guilt have to do with the number of infiltrators at a demonstration? Paranoia is a self-fulfilling prophecy, as it breeds cowardice.

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  16. Occupy Chicago activists, speak volumes for how skilled these infiltrators were, masking their identities for weeks in the prelude to the preemptive arrests in the days leading up to the NATO Summit.

  17. That is, five activists total having been charged with various “terrorism” charges and three more hit with “aggravated battery” charges by the Chicago Police Department and prosecuting attorneys.