The last enduring individual from the Monkees is suing the FBI over a "secret dossier" he accepts the organization hangs on him and his previous bandmates.

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 Micky Dolenz, 77, the previous frontman for the famous British-American 1960s combo

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 recorded the claim through his lawyer, Mark Zaid, an opportunity of data subject matter expert

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 and music fan who told Rolling Stone magazine it would be "enjoyable".

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 Zaid said he met Dolenz, whose band recorded hits including I'm a Believer

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  Last Train to Clarksville and Daydream Believer, through common companions.

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 As indicated by Rolling Stone, Zaid said he proposed to Dolenz "it very well may be enjoyable to check whether the FBI had a document on him or his previous bandmates"

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 Without further ado a while later, Zaid discovered that such a document did exist,

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 and that a vigorously redacted, seven-page scrap was delivered in 2011.

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 "That only sort of built up for me that there was really something here," Vaid said. "It's not only a fishing trip. All in all, we're actually fishing, yet we know there's fish in the water."