“We have seen this explosive growth…. It is none of the government’s business what it is we are saying in terms of the strategies we are planning unless we are engaged in planning illegal violent conduct; and we are not,” Ron Kuby, a US civil rights attorney told Press TV.
According to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which was established in 1979, a three-judge panel should decide if the government’s requests to spy are valid or not. However, published records say the court apparently trusts law enforcement and rarely rejects a request. Read more and watch video report...
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