Large Volume of F.B.I. Files Alarms U.S. Activist Groups
The New York Times
A lawsuit under FOIA, brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and other groups, led the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to admit that it had over one thousand pages of internal documents on the ACLU and over two thousand pages of internal documents on Greenpeace [as of July 2005].
The ACLU sued to obtain FBI records of 150 groups, from 2001 and earlier.
surveillance, civil liberties, civil rights, anti-war, protest, protesters, intelligence, Republican National Convention
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