"Don't F*** With Our Activists"
Computers, cell phones, files and records, passports were among items swept up in the early morning raid. This action came a few days after the FBI's Inspector General criticized the FBI for lying to Justice Department about raids and surveillance of peace groups after 9/11.
Posted September 25, 2010
Twin Cities Indymedia has obtained the search warrant served at 3240 17th Avenue South today. It includes the log of items actually seized.
Guns Drawn, FBI Raids Peace Activist's Apartment
FBI Agents Confiscate Materials From Activist's Apartment
As part of a sting against anti-war activists suspected of connections to terrorism, on September 24 the FBI raided six homes in Minneapolis-St. Paul and elsewhere in the country. At the Hard Times Cafe in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, FBI agents hauled boxes of confiscated materials away from activist Mick Kelly's apartment.