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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-05

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econciliation and cooper-
ADL, a group with a $31 mil-
ation between Jewish
lion annual budget, sought to
and Arab-American
hide its activities, and in par-
groups may be the latest
ticular its connection to Roy
trend in Washington — but
Bullock, a California art collec-
some old animosities die hard.
tor who served as an indepen-
Last week, a coalition of or-
dent contractor in ADL's
ganizations sued the Anti-
information-gathering activi-
Defamation League over
ties.
well-publicized allegations that
Mr. Bullock, according to the
the Jewish group had spied on
complaint, "infiltrated" the
Arab-American and anti-
AAADC.
apartheid groups and on orga-
The ADL and Mr. Bullock
nizations opposed to U.S.
maintained files on groups like
government policies in Central
the NAACP, the National Con-
America.
ference of Black Lawyers and
The legal assault, announced
Black Men United for Change,
at simultaneous
as well as sever-
news confer-
al black individ-
ences in Wash-
uals, including
ington, Los
former Rep.
Angeles and San
Mervyn Dymal-
Francisco, came
ly, D-Calif., ac-
two days after a
cording to the
long Washington
complaint.
Post expose of
The suit also
ADL activities
focuses on al-
— a story that,
legedly improp-
according to
er cooperation
most observers,
between Cali-
offered no new
fornia law en-
information
forcement
about ADL's al-
authorities and
leged spy opera-
the ADL. In-
tions, but winch
cluded in the list
turned up the
of defendants
spotlight on the
are San Diego,
San Francisco
group's "fact-
finding" opera-
and Los Angeles
tion.
counties,
as well
Abe Foxman: ADL President.
"This is an
as a former San
unusual law-
Francisco police
suit," said Albert Mokhiber,
inspector who allegedly provid-
president of the American-Arab
ed confidential records to ADL
Anti-Discrimination Commit-
agents.
tee, one of the primary groups
The ADL and Mr. Bullock,
filing the action. "An organiza-
according to the complaint,
tion that has done important
maintained "working relation-
civil rights work is being
ships" with officers represent-
charged with violating civil
ing between 10 and 50 law
rights. Then again, our action
enforcement agencies. Mr. Bul-
is precipitated by unusual
lock, the coalition of groups
events."
charged, had collected data on
The suit, which also targets
more than 10,000 individuals
California law enforcement of-
and 500 groups.
At last week's news confer-
ficials, is based on revelations
from the San Francisco district
ences, the Arab-American
attorney's office allegedly show-
groups attempted to separate
ing a nationwide spy operation
their complaint from Middle
by ADL.
East politics.
According to the complaint,
"This litigation is not about
ADL raided the trash of groups
the Arab-Israeli conflict," Mr.
and individuals, infiltrated
Mokhiber said. "It is about civ-
meetings and obtained confi-
il rights and privacy rights. It
dential law enforcement infor-
is an effort to curtail the so-
mation and disseminated that
called 'privatization' of intelli-
data — breaking the law, the
gence gathering by law
coalition of groups charged.
enforcement agencies."
But Abraham Foxman, the
The action also charged that

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