FBI Agrees to Give Records to Antiwar.com

After a four-year court battle, the FBI has agreed to turn over records it created when it spied on Antiwar.com and pay $299,000 to settle our attorneys’ fees.

The action only settles a portion of the lawsuit. ACLU attorney Julia Mass said “We will continue to challenge the FBI’s collection and maintenance of descriptions of our clients’ First Amendment activities in violation of the federal Privacy Act.”

Courthouse News has the details.

Antiwar Protest Now in Front of White House

Protesting war in front of the White House with the D.C. @ladiesofliberty. Join us if you’re nearby! #NoWarWithSyria

The Ladies of Liberty Alliance was created in 2009, “to educate and empower female leaders within the liberty movement”. This US-based group seeks to train women to effectively promote the ideals of liberty. Antiwar.com’s executive director Angela Keaton was a founding member and former chair of the board.