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BY staff | Saint Paul, MN | 10/31/13
Two Minneapolis anti-war and international solidarity activists will be in federal court, Nov. 1, to demand an end to the government secrecy surrounding their case.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 9/23/13
Anti-war and civil liberties activists are set to protest Sep. 24, at the Minneapolis Federal Building, at 4:30 pm.
BY David Newlin | Salt Lake City, UT | 2/22/13
State-sponsored repression and infiltration of anti-war groups is nothing new. But it can certainly take on new and particularly nasty forms, as Jess Sundin can tell you.
BY Committee to Stop FBI Repression | United States | 10/20/12
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Committee to Stop FBI Repression.
BY Mick Kelly | Minneapolis, MN | 8/02/12
More than 40 people rallied outside the Federal Building here, August 2, in solidarity with the political activists who have been subpoenaed to a Seattle-based grand jury which is investigating anarchists.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/17/12
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Minnesota Committee to Stop FBI Repression on repression against Julian Assange
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/29/12
Supporters of grand jury resister Jordan Halliday gathered in front of the Federal Courts Building here, Jan 27.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 11/19/11
City Council members here signed a letter to Senators Amy Klobuchar, Al Franken and Representative Keith Ellison affirming constitutional rights of anti-war activists subpoenaed and raided by the FBI last year. The Committee to Stop FBI Repression published the letter on its website Nov. 15.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 7/01/11
Fight Back! interviewed Jess Sundin, of the Committee to Stop FBI Repression, on the latest developments in the case of the anti-war and international solidarity activists who were raided by the FBI.
BY Committee to Stop FBI Repression | Chicago, IL | 5/08/11
On Friday, May 6, the U.S. government froze the bank accounts of Hatem Abudayyeh and his wife, Naima.
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