FBI reported to have approached Muslims to serve as community spies

The Council of Islamic Relations in Detroit, Michigan spoke with the U.S. Attorney General to address complaints by a number of mosques and associations that individual Muslims have been contacted by agents who promised help with immigration cases in exchange for spying. These reports increased after the FBI was discovered to have enlisted a spy to operate in a mosque in California.

By: on 18 Apr 2009

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I'm curious whether they

I'm curious whether they actually did get help in their immigration cases. 

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