Sunday, February 08, 2004

Anti-war activist subpoenas 

Kos has more. Among the things that raise red flags are the uncertain nature of the proceedings, and the fact that the testimony will be behind closed doors. Hopefully more information will be forthcoming, either to justify these actions or to put and end to them. It's always possible that an associate of these activists was involved in something illegal without their knowledge, and the grand jury wants to ask about it. But even if that's the case, something doesn't smell right when anti-war activists are subpoenaed by a terrorism task force.
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