Wednesday April 23, 2014
| Last update: Tuesday at 11:22 PM
BY Mick Kelly | Chicago, IL | 1/31/12
The Northern Illinois Assistant U.S. Attorney Barry Jonas stated that the “investigation is continuing” into the case of the anti-war and international solidarity activists who have been hit with FBI raids and grand jury repression. Barry Jonas played a leading role in prosecuting the leaders of the Holy Land Foundation while he was trial attorney for the Department of Justice Counter-terrorism Section.
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.
BY Committee to Stop FBI Repression | Everywhere | 3/06/11
The Committee to Stop FBI Repression is holding a call-in day on March 8 against FBI and Grand Jury attacks on anti-war and international solidarity activists.
BY Committee to Stop FBI Repression | United States | 1/29/11
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following call from the Committee to Stop FBI Repression.
BY Chapin Gray | Chicago, IL | 1/15/11
On a chilly morning, Jan. 14, over 50 people gathered at the Federal Building in downtown Chicago to deliver a mock subpoena to U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald is in charge of the wave of FBI raids, harassment and subpoenas that began last September across the country.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/12/11
At a press conference here, Jan. 12, Jess Sundin of the Twin Cites based Anti-War Committee (AWC) blasted police infiltration of the anti-war and international solidarity movement, stating, “We are here today to express outrage that our democratic rights have been violated by a government operation of spying, infiltration and disruption of our anti-war movement, which was carried out over the course of at least two and half years.”
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 12/03/10
The FBI has informed a lawyer from the National Lawyers Guild (NLG) that at least three new subpoenas to appear before a Grand Jury have been delivered in the Chicago area.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 11/19/10
About 40 people gathered at the Federal Building here, Nov. 18 for a press conference and picket in response to moves by Illinois U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald to bring three Twin Cites anti-war and international solidarity activists - Tracy Molm, Anh Pham and Sarah Martin - before a grand jury.
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