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FBI copies 50,000-plus pages of materials seized in raids on Minneapolis peace and international solidarity activists – now they give back the originals

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From left: Tracy Molm. Meredith Aby, and Jess Sundin with boxes of material that the FBI seized from their homes, copied, and returned. Tracy Molm is holding a sign from the 2008 march on the Republican National Convention that the FBI took from her apartment. (Fight Back! News/Staff)

Minneapolis, MN - The FBI says they have finished copying the political material and personal papers seized in the Sept. 24, 2010 raids on the homes of Twin Cities anti-war and international solidarity activists. On the afternoon of Nov. 1, FBI agents delivered the last batch of notebooks, family photos, membership lists for anti-war and several other groups, computer backup discs and political documents to the office of attorney Bruce Nestor. The FBI has been returning batches of the copied material seized in the September 24, 2010 raids over the last several weeks.

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