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Appeals panel rejects secret court's limits on terrorist wiretaps

Discussion in 'Issues Around the World' started by jamming, Nov 19, 2002.

  1. jamming

    jamming Banned

    Here is the article:
    The United States has broad authority to use wiretaps and other surveillance techniques to hunt for suspected terrorists, a federal appeals court panel ruled Monday.

    The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court made a mistake earlier according to the the Appeals Court in not recognizing Congressional Authority can change the level surveillance authority from laws it has enacted previously, as long as the Consitution is not breeched.

    My underlining just about says it all, essentially they have to lay out the causes and reasons for the "courts eyes."
  2. DSL Dan

    DSL Dan Registered User

    Meaning what CNN? Notice how left-leaning media use code phrases like this that demonstrate their not-too-subtle bias. Grrr...

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