FBI Raid Protestors Get Temporary Victory

Unbeknownst to supporters rallying in front of the U.S. Attorney’s office in Minneapolis was an agreement reached between the FBI raid protestors’ lawyers and the U.S. Attorney’s Office that those targeted in the raids did not have to appear in Chicago as previously ordered.

Today’s UpTake: Candidates Turn Deaf Ears, Redistricting Minnesota

Today on The UpTake we’ll publish an investigation showing that, despite campaign finance law mandates, and despite nudging from advocates for Minnesota’s deaf population, Tom Emmer and Tom Horner are not captioning any of their web video advertisements. And we’ll bring you live coverage of tonight’s Economic Development Coalition gubernatorial forum from Alexandria, Minn.

“Now They Come For You”

The Minneapolis rally Monday against the FBI’s search and seizure raids of six local peace activists last week was joined by Clyde Bellecourt and Bill Means, two Anishinabe members of the American Indian Movement (AIM).