More FBI dirty tricks on MN human rights defenders

Deborah Dupre

Amidst widespread Cointelpro rampage on human rights defenders and peace workers this season, in Minneapolis, MN, FBI agents continued their campaign against anti-war activists in the Twin Cities on Oct. 8. Because more people have become self-learned about the suppressed history of Cointelpro, the old “dirty tricks” may not be working for them.

“FBI agents came to my work and wanted to talk to me about activists in the anti-war movement,” said Jennie Eisert, an Anti-War Committee member according to Fight Back News.

Eisert shed light on the same tactic Targeted Individuals consistently report: Black operatives or their organized vigilantes sneaking meetings or communications with family and friends to turn them away from the target. This tactic is successful, all too often leaving the target isolated and thus vulnerable for attacks.

Eisert did not fall for the FBI’s dirty trick.

“I was called away from my desk and when I refused to talk to them, they tried to turn me against my friends and fellow activists,” said Eisert.

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