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January 18, 2020

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Fighting Terrorism at Home
Should the FBI Investigate Activists?
Last Featured: 2/5/2006

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The nation’s awareness and concern about terrorism has led to a raft of investigations, criminal prosecutions and new laws directed at domestic terrorists. The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force has targeted animal rights crusaders and members of the Environmental Liberation Front. Recent news reports reveal that the FBI has infiltrated anti-war groups in search of terrorist plots, although even the FBI admits the groups’ activities were peaceful. On this week’s Justice Talking, we’ll look at whether the war on terror is giving government license to clamp down on legitimate dissent and non-violent protest.

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