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“It started out with two parents actually,” said John Janney, who is the executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).

Those parents contacted CAIR and representatives started to document the cases. Civil rights attorney Huma Yasin has talked with several of the students who say they were escorted into an office by an officer and led to a room with one or two agents present.

“The fact that the school would allow this to happen; the fact that the FBI would go into a school and ask these questions, everybody should be upset about this,” said Yasin.

(Source: WFAA)

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