On November 15, three FBI agents came to the Chicago home of an international solidarity
Seattle activists visited the local FBI office to serve a “People’s Subpoena” and protest the ongoing harassment of anti-war activists around the country. One of the organizers, Helen Jaccard, described the action: “The FBI decided to lock themselves in their office instead of meeting with us, effectively shutting down the entrance for the hour we were there. It seems like the FBI is not used to having activists protesting outside of their offices since they’re usually the OFFENSive party.”
A series of photos from the protest are available here.
A video of the action can be seen here.