Feds Sued for Records on Protester Surveillance

October 24, 2016
Courthouse News Service

Amid reports on federal monitoring of protesters, two prominent civil-rights groups filed a lawsuit demanding that the FBI and Department of Homeland Security cough up records on their surveillance of Movement for Black Lives activists.

Color of Change, a California-based nonprofit, and the New York-based Center for Constitutional Rights brought their Freedom of Information Act request to Manhattan federal court on Thursday. ...

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October 31, 2016