Hillary Clinton (Photo from Hillary Clinton's Twitter account)
25 May 2016

Inspector General: Hillary Clinton Failed To Disclose Private Emails With Pentagon

The Office of the US State Department Inspector General released a report that is heavily critical of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.

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Attorney Lamis Deek. Screenshot from video by strugglevideomedia (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuA4OA07hK4)
05 May 2016

Lawyer For Algerian American Entrapped By Law Enforcement Describes Injustice

Entrapment has often been used as a weapon against Muslims in order to bolster the government’s claim that there is a widespread “threat” of terrorism.

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Anas Elhady is "routinely asked about his religious beliefs and practices, what sect of Islam he belongs to, what mosque he prays in, among other things." Screenshot from video made by CAIR Michigan.
07 Apr 2016

American Muslims Treated As Second-Class Citizens And Placed On No Fly List File Lawsuit

The lawsuit demands redress for muslims placed on the No Fly List and “falsely stigmatized as ‘known or suspected’ terrorists.”

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Image from the FBI recruiting site FBIJOBS
30 Mar 2016

Appeals Court: FBI Whistleblower Wrongfully Terminated for Revealing Sex Trips By Agents

A federal appeals court ruled that an FBI whistleblower, who reported fraud and sexual misconduct involving prostitutes, was wrongfully terminated in 2010.

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FBI Director James Comey
17 Feb 2016

FBI Demands Apple Grant Power To Hack All iPhone Users

On February 16, a federal magistrate judge ordered Apple to help the FBI hack into the San Bernardino shooter’s phone.

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An FBI logo, photographed in Washington, D.C. on July 16, 2012. (Flickr / J)
03 Feb 2016

Court Decision Stops FBI From Eviscerating Freedom of Information Act

A Washington, D.C. court decision blocks efforts by the FBI to make whole categories of records exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.

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Nicholas Merrill speaks at PopTech 2012 in Camden, Maine on October 20, 2012. (Flickr / Nicholas Merrill)
30 Nov 2015

Former ISP Owner Wins Battle to Discuss FBI Spy Tool After Court Lifts Gag Order

For the first time, a federal court lifted a National Security Letter gag order. Although they’ve been ruled unconstitutional by federal courts multiple times in the past, this important ruling makes it possible for the owner of a now-defunct non-profit internet service provider to openly talk about the FBI’s request

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Activists carry a "Black Lives Matter" banner at a November 15, 2015 march in Minneapolis, Minnesota for Jamar Clark, one of 10 unarmed men killed by police during the month of November. (Flickr / Fibonacci Blue)
25 Nov 2015

Over 1,000 People Killed By Police Since The Beginning Of 2015

Just 34 police officers have been shot during the same time period, and one criminal justice blogger called 2015 “the second safest year for police ever.”

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File: Empty desk chairs assembled in the corner of a dingy classroom. (Morguefile)
02 Nov 2015

CAIR: FBI’s CVE Program Stigmatizes Muslim Students (VIDEO)

CAIR: “The FBI’s job is not to offer programs that introduce suspicion into their relations with teachers and can lead to stigmatization and bullying.”

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E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse in Washington, D.C. (Photo by AgnosticPreachersKid)
26 Oct 2015

Federal Appeals Court: US Citizens Can’t Sue FBI Agents For Torture Abroad

The decision effectively grants FBI agents involved in terrorism investigations abroad immunity from lawsuits alleging torture or other rights violations.

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