posted on Jun, 13 2013 @ 05:45 PM
Terrance Brown, 40, is on trial in South Florida for allegedly conspiring with four other men to hijack armored trucks delivering cash to banks in
2010. All have pleaded not guilty. But now Brown has come up with a unique defense: he wants the National Security Agency to turn over his phone
records to the court to demonstrate his innocence.
Interesting story here.
Prosecutors say they are 'unable' to get cell phone records of that time, and yet they are using cell phone records to demonstrate the men's locations
near the robbery attempts.
Seems something is amiss there.
The prosecution also said the phone carrier had destroyed them