Given Lennon’s history with the F.B.I. — he was under surveillance in
the early 1970s for his antiwar activism — the events were strange
enough to make Peter Siegel, an owner of the store, wonder what the
fuss was about. Since last Thursday, he said, the F.B.I., the Department of Homeland Security and the United States attorney in Manhattan had asked about the card.
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