PRESS RELEASE
Tuesday, February 10, 1998

FEDS WANT NEIGHBORS TO SPY ON SWEENEYS

        
On Monday evening, February 9, 1998, it was reported anonymously to the Sweeneys that the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WANTS "NEIGHBORS TO SPY ON NEIGHBOR."

        It was reported that Chief Cullen of the Hamilton Police, acting together with U. S. Marshals have approached neighbors requesting permission to place cameras in the neighborhood to spy on the Sweeneys.

        The Sweeneys have also been notified that the U. S. Marshals are going to attempt to physically remove them from their property during the February school vacation. The school vacation dates are February 13-23, 1998.

        The Sweeney lawyers are researching the possible violations of laws and rights under the 4
th and 9th amendments of the U. S. Constitution by the U. S. Marshals and Chief Cullen.

        The Sweeneys have also notified members of the Massachusetts State House , the U. S. Congress and other authorities.

        The Sweeneys state: "They will not leave their home and they will not relinquish their rights." END.