Jul 262013
 
 July 26, 2013  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Nick Divito reports:

The Justice Department lost its bid Thursday to delay the ACLU challenge to the National Security Agency’s data-collecting program as a federal judge reminded government lawyers they were in a courtroom not a marketplace.

“This is not a bazaar, it’s a courtroom,” the peeved U.S. District Judge William Pauley said before dismissing the federal government’s request to reschedule.

Uncle Sam argued that it needed more time to declassify hundreds of documents.

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