Here's something interesting. It appears right after the vietnam war when John Kerry started protesting against the war, the FBI was secretly spying
on him because they felt he was a threat to the United States.
NEW YORK (CNN) -- John Kerry's combat experience in Vietnam is central to his bid to become the next commander-in-chief, but Kerry's outspoken
opposition to that war drew the personal attention of the president of the United States and FBI agents 33 years ago, documents reviewed by CNN
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