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"Ahmad suspects FBI agents in Robie raid"
Newspaper clipping of an article from the February 2, 1971 edition of The Chicago Maroon. In an interview with the Maroon, Eqbal Ahmad, one of six anti-war activists indicted on charges of conspiring to kidnap Presidential adviser Henry Kissinger, claimed he believed undercover FBI agents stole papers from his office at the Adlai Stevenson Institute during a May 1970 raid by young anti-war demonstrators. The leader of the raid acknowledged the possibility that undercover agents had infiltrated their circle.
Date: February 2, 1971
Subject(s): Eqbal Ahmad
Type: Newspaper Clipping
Source: The Chicago Maroon
Contributor: Bruce Rabe
Location: Chicago, IL
Holding Institution: Hampshire College
Collection: Eqbal Ahmad Papers at Hampshire College
Digitizer: Manan Desai
Item History: 2014-05-03 (created); 2014-08-08 (modified)
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