FBI Followed Kerry During ’70s Antiwar Activities

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As a high-profile activist who crossed the country criticizing the Nixon administration’s role in the Vietnam War, John F. Kerry was closely monitored by FBI agents for more than a year, according to intelligence documents reviewed by The Los Angeles Times. In 1971, in the months after the Navy veteran and decorated war hero argued
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