Gadeir Abbas, CAIR, joins Thom Hartmann. A new study out on the New York Police Department's surveillance of Muslims suggests that the program has done grave damage to the city's Muslim community. The NYPD launched its surveillance program in 2001 following the September 11th terrorist attacks. The program monitors Muslims in New York City and beyond. The study of 57 American Muslims in New York City found that the NYPD's surveillance program was commonly perceived as suppressing religion freedom, chilling freedom of speech, creating strife within communities, and harming trust of law enforcement officials. So - just how much damage has the NYPD done to New York City's Muslim community - and are similar surveillance programs being used across the country?