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 January 3, 2014  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Michael Tarm of Associated Press reports:

A terrorism suspect’s attorney argued Friday that a Chicago judge can restore “lost faith” in the judicial system by ordering the government to disclose whether it used the kind of expanded U.S. surveillance revealed by Edward Snowden against his client.

The impassioned comments came in U.S District Court during a rare open hearing regarding evidence that may have been gleaned from phone and Internet spying — an issue that jurists have been increasingly forced to grapple with in the wake of leaks by former government contractor Snowden.

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