Internal Boston Police Department documents indicate that between 2007 and 2010, police conducted surveillance on antiwar groups that have no apparent connections to crime or terrorism — a violation of federal regulations, civil rights groups say. The documents were obtained by the National Lawyers Guild and the American Civil Liberties Union through a lawsuit filed in August 2011 against Boston Police. Those documents include 13 “intelligence reports” that provide details about antiwar groups.
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