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Muslim-Americans in Detroit Area Have Concerns About New FBI Powers

In an area known for its large Arab population, any rules giving the FBI more power has always raised concerns. Here’s the latest.

By Niraj Wariko
Detroit Free Press
DETROIT — Beginning Monday, the FBI will get increased power to investigate suspected terrorists under revised administrative guidelines that some Muslim Americans and civil rights advocates in metro Detroit are concerned may target innocent people.
The new Justice Department guidelines will allow FBI agents, for the first time in terrorism-related cases, to use undercover sources to gather information in preliminary probes, interview people without identifying who they are and spy on suspects without first getting clear evidence of wrongdoing.
They’re the most significant changes the Bush administration has made since 2003 to rules that govern security investigations in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
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