D.C. cops are keeping tabs on a group of animal rights activists, according to the results of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made by the lawyer of Defending Animal Rights Today And Tomorrow (DARTT).

Featured in this week's issue of Washington City Paper because of its ongoing battle with Goldman Sachs over the financial giant's alleged connection to an animal research facility, DARTT gets around. The small horde of anti-animal-exploitation campaigners have beleaguered Goldman Sachs lobbyists and bedeviled local fur stores. Metropolitan Police Department e-mails indicate that's a good way to earn yourself some surveillance.

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