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.
Micky Dolenz, 77, the previous frontman for the famous British-American 1960s combo
recorded the claim through his lawyer, Mark Zaid, an opportunity of data subject matter expert
and music fan who told Rolling Stone magazine it would be "enjoyable".
Zaid said he met Dolenz, whose band recorded hits including I'm a Believer
Last Train to Clarksville and Daydream Believer, through common companions.
Without further ado a while later, Zaid discovered that such a document did exist,
"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."