As Brendan Kiley reports in the paper this week:

They haven't been accused of a crime. They haven't even been arrested for a crime. They've been in the SeaTac Federal Detention Center for three months because they refused to answer questions for a federal prosecutor, in front of a grand jury, about people they may (or may not) know: who those people are, who those people hang out with, and what political opinions those people hold.

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