Oct 272013
 
 October 27, 2013  Court, Featured News, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Robert Barnes and Ellen Nakashima report:

The Justice Department on Friday informed a terrorism suspect in Colorado that it intends to use evidence against him gathered through the government’s warrantless surveillance program, a move that will likely lead to a constitutional challenge to the law.

It is the first time the government has informed a criminal defendant that it intends to use “information obtained or derived from acquisition of foreign intelligence information conducted pursuant to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.”

Read more on Washington Post.

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