Jul 202016
 July 20, 2016  Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Alison Frankel reports:

U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael Harvey of Washington, D.C., is a brave man.

It cannot have been easy for the judge to deny the Justice Department’s sealed application for access to Facebook, Gmail, WhatsApp and other online accounts supposedly connected to nine suspects involved in the murder of a U.S. citizen abroad.

Read more on Reuters.

  One Response to “In rare public order, judge denies DOJ access to murder suspects’ private data”

  1. Good for a justice to have morals and ethics…maybe I can have faith in America again..oh wait. That is right

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