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J. Edgar Hoover informed by Omaha FBI of cover-up of evidence in Black Panther case during COINTELPRO and took no action

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Now, twenty-five years after Langa's appeal about the tape, the Nebraska Supreme Court will again review the matter, this time considering both expert testimony and with knowledge about J. Edgar Hoover's role in the withholding of exculpatory evidence.  A date for a decision has not been set.

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Michael Richardson is a freelance writer based in Boston. Richardson writes about politics, law, nutrition, ethics, and music. Richardson is also a political consultant.

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This story reminds me of how the FBI surveilance t... by Hans Bennett on Monday, Feb 4, 2008 at 2:20:02 PM
Hans!Thank you for your comment.  There are i... by Michael Richardson on Monday, Feb 4, 2008 at 2:43:34 PM