Sep 082014
 
 September 8, 2014  Court, Surveillance

Matt Sledge reports:

In an about-face, New York City is exploring a settlement with the plaintiffs in two lawsuits against the NYPD’s Muslim surveillance program.

The talks were made public on the same day as Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration fought back against an order to reveal reams of documents related to the surveillance program from undercover agents. The administration had pursued an aggressive legal defense against the Muslim plaintiffs in the cases.

Read more on Huffington Post.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.

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