One of these guys happens to be a relative of mine by marriage. Feds took their files and computers away and trashed the place. In the trash, dropped notes. Papers left behind by FBI decried by antiwar activists | StarTribune.com Papers left behind by FBI decried by antiwar activists Article by: JAMES WALSH , Star Tribune Updated: May 18, 2011 - 9:20 PM Instructions and questions seemingly misplaced in a Minneapolis apartment raise questions, activists say. Documents left behind by the FBI in antiwar activist Mick Kelly's apartment are shedding light on why heavily armed special agents raided the homes and businesses of Kelly and 22 others last September. They believed that Kelly -- at 5-feet, 10 inches and 145 pounds -- was "DANGEROUS," according to an operation order Kelly's partner found. Kelly legally owns a handgun and a rifle. But what the misplaced paperwork really shows, several activists said on Wednesday, is that they have been targeted based on their political beliefs, their travels and the people they have met rather than any alleged support for terrorism. "It reads like something out of the 1950s," Kelly said, pointing to questions left behind for agents to ask -- including whether Kelly belongs to a socialist group or knows others who do. He does -- and that's not illegal, he said.