Feb 022018
 February 2, 2018  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Nicholas Iovino reports:

The Ninth Circuit on Thursday overturned a ruling ordering the FBI to release thousands of files on its surveillance of Muslim communities in the United States.

The dispute over requested records will go back to district court where a federal judge must reassess whether the FBI can continue withholding nearly 50,000 pages of files under a public records law exemption.

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