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Montana Freemen

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation is celebrating its victory in Jordan, Montana, where, after an 81 days stand-off, members of the anti-government Freemen group surrendered to authorities. While the FBI is basking in the kudos for preventing another tragic debacle like Ruby Ridge and Waco, some observers say the FBI again set a dangerous precedent in Montana.

GUEST: KEN TOOLE, of the Montana Human Rights Network.

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