Jun 222015
 
 June 22, 2015  Court, Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

AP reports:

New York City has reached the outlines of a settlement with Muslims who challenged police surveillance as an unconstitutional intrusion on their religious rights.

City lawyers say in a letter filed Friday there’s a “settlement in principle” in a 2013 lawsuit filed by mosques and others but some details remain unresolved. The letter says the terms can’t be disclosed, citing a confidentiality order.

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