"Government Critic to Speak Here"
Newspaper clipping from February 1971 announcing an upcoming lecture by Eqbal Ahmad, one of six anti-war activists indicted on charges of conspiring to kidnap Presidential adviser Henry Kissinger and blow up heating systems in federal buildings. In response to the charges against Ahmad, Dr.
"Cite 2 phone calls, meeting in U.S. indictment of Ahmed"
Newspaper clipping from the January 19, 1971 edition of The Chicago Sun-Times stating that two phone calls and a meeting with a co-defendant were cited by a grand jury in its indictment of Eqbal Ahmad, an eminent scholar and anti-war activist accused of plotting to kidnap Secretary of State Henry Kissinger along with five other co-conspirators.
"FBI actions limit American liberties"
Newspaper clipping of an article titled “FBI actions limit American liberties” by Dennis Ryerson. Eqbal Ahmad, scholar and anti-war activist indicted for conspiring to kidnap Presidential adviser Henry Kissinger, said that the actions of the FBI reflected a growing limitation on civil liberties in the United States during a talk at the University of Northern Iowa Controversial Speakers Program.