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Justice Dept. Unveils Added Powers for FBI

Atty. Gen. Michael Mukasey/doj photo

Atty. Gen. Michael Mukasey/doj photo

FBI agents will have more latitude in conducting surveillances and other matters. But some groups like the ACLU aren’t so happy.

By Carrie Johnson
Washington Post Staff Writer
WASHINGTON — FBI officials yesterday briefed civil liberties advocates and religious groups on a plan to offer agents an array of tactics to track national security threats, as lawmakers prepared to demand more information at a pair of oversight hearings next week.
The ground rules, known as attorney general guidelines, have been in the works for nearly 18 months. Authorities say they are designed to harmonize the techniques that FBI agents can use to investigate ordinary crimes, collect foreign intelligence or pursue possible terrorist threats.
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