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Washington Post details how secretive federal agents detained Portland protesters

CBS News Friday, 18 September 2020
The federal government has been facing backlash after agents were caught on camera in Portland, Oregon sweeping up protesters into unmarked vans in the middle of the night, only to release them later without charges. Washington Post investigative reporter Shawn Boburg joins CBSN to discuss the controversial tactic.
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