July 18, 2005
FBI Acknowledges Monitoring Websites of Range of Advocacy Groups
FBI says it has files on ACLU, Greenpeace, other rights groups
Large Volume of F.B.I. Files Alarms U.S. Activist Groups: "The Federal Bureau of Investigation has collected at least 3,500 pages of internal documents in the last several years on a handful of civil rights and antiwar protest groups in what the groups charge is an attempt to stifle political opposition to the Bush administration."
Government Has Amassed Thousands of Pages on National Peace and Civil Rights Organizations: "The American Civil Liberties Union today revealed that the FBI has amassed more than 1,100 pages of documents on its organization since 2001, as well as documents concerning other non-violent groups including Greenpeace and United for Peace and Justice."