Politico, “Domestic hate groups elude feds”

Also, the FBI and the Justice Department don’t keep lists of domestic terrorist organizations, because of concerns about civil liberties. Those concerns also prevent federal authorities from engaging in the kind of sweeping surveillance and monitoring of the Ku Klux Klan and anarchist groups that was more accepted in decades past, before reforms were put in place after the Church Committee hearings in 1975.

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