FBI Surveillance

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AFSC Asks FBI to End Assistance to Secure Communities Program

The American Friends Service Committee has signed a joint letter to the FBI’s Advisory Policy Board seeking an end to the FBI’s facilitation of the deeply flawed Secure Communities program.  Under the program, local law enforcement and the FBI share fingerprinting data with the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agency.  ICE touts the program as a crime fighting tool. It is set to take effect across the country by 2013.

Demonstration to end FBI surveillance of peace groups

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 - 5:00pm - 6:00pm

 

MEDIA RELEASE

Rhode Island Mobilization Committee to End War and Occupation, and American Friends Service Committee – South East New England Office

RI group to protest FBI raids on the antiwar movement

Rally for Civil Liberties

Thursday, September 30, 2010 - 1:00pm

Des Moines Peace and Justice groups call for a Rally for Civil Liberties
Keep FBI out of our homes and workplaces.
The rally and press conference will be followed by a visit to the FBI office in
West Des Moines.
Recent actions by the FBI ( http://unitedforpeace.org/) in raiding the homes
and offices of peace groups in Minnesota and Chicago; and recent revelations
about the FBI's search of homes and garbage cans, and video surveillance

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