FBI Raid Targets Ordered To Appear In Front Of Grand Jury By Michael McIntee | November 17, 2010 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Minnesota Subscribe to Minnesota Follow this author A showdown is in the making between the government and three Twin Cities anti-war activists targeted by the FBI. Tracy Molm, Anh Pham and Sarah Martin have received word from the U.S. Attorney’s Office that that they will be called to appear in front of a Chicago Grand Jury. The three were among those targeted when the FBI raided their homes on Sept. 24 and handed out subpoenas to 14 activists in Illinois, Minnesota and Michigan to testify before a federal grand jury. All of them submitted legal documents invoking their Fifth Amendment rights and did not appear before the Grand Jury. Now, Molm, Pham and Martin are being told that they will nevertheless have to appear in front of the Grand Jury. “Saying these three activists should appear in front of a Grand Jury represents a dangerous escalation of the government interference and repression against the antiwar movement. This is a scare tactic to dampen the right to speak out against U.S. wars and interventions around the world,” said Jess Sundin of the AntiWar Committee. “The FBI campaign against antiwar activists is a major threat to anyone who questions U.S. policies around the world. Many of those who had been targeted in these raids are long-time peace, labor and social justice activists,” said Mick Kelly of the Committee Against FBI Repression. Groups supporting the three plan to hold a news conference today at 4:30 pm at the Minneapolis Federal Building. Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.