Micky Dolenz, last surviving member of The Monkees, suing FBI

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Mickey Dolange, the last surviving member of the iconic 1960s, TV-turned-pop band The Monky's, is suing the FBI for files, indicating the agency was monitoring the group, CBS Los Angeles reports.

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The heavily revised 1967 file, first reported by Rolling Stone, shows that the FBI was investigating the band for allegedly spreading anti-Vietnam messages during their show.

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During the concert, subliminal messages were painted on screen, which... formed left-wing innovations of a political nature...

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Dolange's lawyer, Mark Zaid, who is known for representing whistleblowers during former President Donald Trump's Ukraine scandal, considers himself a huge fan of Monkees.

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"Understand that The Monkees existed in the United States at a very tumultuous time," Zaid told CBS LA, apparently, as Mickey performs even today and The Monkees.

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Until the others passed away – all were still performing, but they came to the world's attention in 1966 or later, when we were in Vietnam and hippies were growing up and drug culture. "

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