MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Former FBI agent Coleen Rowley is expected to join a protest at FBI headquarters in Washington D.C. — to speak out against government investigative tactics.
Rowley and others will protest at FBI headquarters at noon Monday, then caravan to Quantico Marine Base.
Protest organizers say they want to speak out against what they call attempts to entrap peace and solidarity activists.
Rowley worked at the FBI for nearly 24 years before becoming a whistleblower. She’s expected to address the crowd at FBI headquarters.
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