Do the Feds have secret agents policing the blogosphere? Hal Turner, a New Jersey blogger who is on trial for making threats to politicians and judges in both Connecticut and Illinois, has claimed that he was trained by the FBI to incite others without breaking the law. Turner's lawyer said that for five years he worked as an "agent provacateur" for the feds, and that "His job was basically to publish information which would cause other parties to act in a manner which would lead to their arrest." Prosecutors have confirmed that Turner was used as a spy on radical right-wing organizations. However, the charges Turner is facing in court appear unrelated to his old job. He stands accused of encouraging readers of his blog to take up arms against legislators and judges, even going so far as to say that some "deserve to be killed" and others should "obey the Constitution or die."