FBI raids six Twin Cities homes

by Shannon Lee
The FBI invaded six Minneapolis homes Friday morning as part of an ongoing terrorism investigation.
The homes belonged to political activists, and included one University of Minnesota student and two University employees, reported the Minnesota Daily.
"There is no imminent threat to the community and we're not planning any arrests at this time," FBI spokesman Steve Warfield told the Pioneer Press. Warfield also said that two concurrent raids took place in Chicago.
One of the targets, anti-war organizer Jessica Sundin, said the experience was "hilarious and ridiculous," while a lawyer representing another activist called the raid "kind of unconstitutional and hideous," according to the Pioneer Press.

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