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Muslim Groups Claim FBI Took Advantage

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Muslim Groups Claim FBI Took Advantage

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Muslim Groups Claim FBI Took Advantage

Muslim Groups Claim FBI Took Advantage

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Shortly after Sept. 11, 2001, Muslim organizations throughout California banded together to try to prove to the U.S. that not all Muslims were terrorists. A major part of that effort was working with the FBI. But in recent years that partnership has broken down; Muslim groups claim the FBI deceived them and now refuses to cooperate.

Alex Cohen reports for member station KPCC.