Popular newspaper, the Atlanta Constitution, reports that the FBI had been spying on Black individuals and organizations.
1975 (Jun 6)
News reports of the FBI spying on Black individuals and organizations appeared in the Atlanta Constitution. According to the newspaper, the FBI had spied on the Afro-American Patrolmen's League since its founding in Chicago in 1968. The report quoted the Patrolmen's League founder, Renault Robinson, as saying that the FBI shared its information with Army intelligence units and with the intelligence division of the Chicago Police Department. The Afro-American's Patrolmen's League was organized to voice the particular racial grievances of Black police officers in the United States.