Feb 242011
 
 February 24, 2011  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Surveillance

Bridget Freeland reports:

In a federal class action, Muslims claim the FBI hired an “agent provocateur” to infiltrate mosques and “indiscriminately collect personal information on hundreds and perhaps thousands of innocent Muslim Americans in Southern California.” The class claims the agents had their snitch provide illegal drugs to Muslims and snoop on their sex lives, and that the fruitless “dragnet investigation” did not end until “members of the Muslim communities of Southern California reported the informant to the police because of his violent rhetoric, and ultimately obtained a restraining order against him.”

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Related: Complaint, Fazaga v. FBI

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