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A Review of the FBI's Investigations of Certain Domestic Advocacy Groups

A Review of the FBI's Investigations of Certain Domestic Advocacy Groups

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DOJ Office of the Inspector General admits massive FBI surveillance of antiwar activists in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and elsewhere. OCR'ed.
DOJ Office of the Inspector General admits massive FBI surveillance of antiwar activists in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and elsewhere. OCR'ed.

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U.S.
Department
of
Justice
Office
of
t
he
Insp
ectorGeneral
A Review
of
the
FBI's
Investigations
of
Certain
Domestic
Advocacy
Groups
Oversight
and
Review DivisionOffice
of
the
Inspector
General
Sep
te
mber2010
 
TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
TABLE
OF
CONTEN1'S.
..................................................
.
..............
, .............. i
CHAffER
ONE: INTRODUCTION
...............................................................
1
I.
Background
......................................................
.
...............................
1II.
Scope
and
Methodology
............................................
.
........................
1III.
Organization
of
the
Report
.........
.......................................................
3
CHAffER
1WO:
AUTHORITIES GOVERNING FBI INVESTIGATIVEACTIVITIES
.......................................................................................
5
I.
Prior
Review
.....................................................
.
................................
5II. FBI
Authorities
.......
..............
.
..............
.....
........................................
5III.
General Principles
and
Policies
Addressing
Investigative
Activities
and
the
First
AInendment..................................................................
7
IV.
Authorities
Establishing
Types of Investigations
................................
8
A.
Prompt
and
Extremely
Limited
Checking
Out
of
Initial
Leads
... 8B.
Preliminary Inquiries
...........................
.
.............................
..
.... 9C.
Full Investigations
......
..
........................................
.
........
........
10
1.
General Crimes
Investigations
...................................... 10
2.
TerrorismEnterprise
Investigations
..........................
.... 11D.
General Authorities
for
Using
Investigative
TechniquesDuring
Preliminary Inquiries
and
Full Investigations
.............. 12
E.
Counterterrorism Authorizations
under
Part
VI
of
the 2002
Attorney
General's
Guidelines
...................
.
............................
13
1.
Visiting
Public Places
and
Events
................................. 14
2.
Research
and
Online
Searches
..................................... 15
F.
AuthoritiesGoverning Special
Events
Investigations
..............16
1.
Special
Events
Classifications
and
Investigations
.........
17
2. FBI Policies
Relating
to Collection,
Retention,
and
Dissemination
of Special
Events
Information
................ 18
V.
Statutes and
Rules Governing
the
FBI's
Collection,
Maintenance,
and
Dissemination
of Information
about
the
FirstAInendment
Activities
of Individuals
or Groups
...................................................
19
i
 
A.
The
Privacy Act
of
1974
.........................................
.
............... 19
B.
Attorney
General's
Guidelines
................................
.
...............
20
C. FBI Policy
............
.
.....................................................
.
........... 21
1.
Collection
of Information
Concerning FirstAnlendment
Exercise
...................................
.
................ 21
2.
Collection
of
Publicly
Available
Information
..................
22
3.
Characterization
of
Groups
or
Individuals
in
FBI
Records
...................
..
...........................
:
...............
23
VI. FBI
Terrorism
Classifications ......................................................
....
23
A.
Terrorism Enterprise
Investigations .......................................
24
B.
Act
of
Terrorism
-
Domestic
Terrorist.
...........
.
..................
......
24
C.
Placement
of Individuals
onTerrorist Watchlists
.........
...........
25
CHAPTER THREE:
THE
THOMAS MERTON CENTER.
..............................
29
I.
Background
.................................................
.
...................
..
.............
29
II.
The
Anti-War
Rally
in Pittsburgh
.....
....................................
.
...........
30
A.
Factual
Chronology
.......
...................
.
.................................... 31
1.
FBI
Surveillanceof
the
Anti-War
Rally
.......................... 31
2.
The
November
2002
EC ...
...........
.
.................................
33
3.
Pittsburgh
Division
Legal
Staff
Drafts Routing
Slip
Regarding
FOIA
Response
(February
2006) ...................
35
4.
Sourceof
the
Routing Slip Information
.....................
....
39
5. FBI
Headquarters Issues
PressResponse
(March 2006)
................................................................
43
6.
Director
MuellerTestifies
About
Merton
Center
Surveillance
(May
2006) ...............................
....
............
45
7. FBI
Responds
to Follow-Up
Question From
Senator
Leahy
(May
and
June
2006) .............................
47
8.
TheCounterterrorism
Division
Response
......
................
48
B. OIG
Analysis
....................
.
.....................
.
...................
...........
59
1.
Issues
Raised
by
the
FBI's
Attendance
at
the
Anti-War
Rally
........................................................
....................
59
2.
Issues
Raised by
the
FBI's
Statements
to
the
Public
.....
63
III.
Other
FBI
Activities
Related to
the
Merton Center.
...........................
67
A.
The
2003 Pittsburgh
Field
Division
Letterhead
Memorandum
............
.
....................................
...
.................
.
..
67
1.
Facts
...........
..
.........................................................
......
67
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