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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has ruled the National Security Agency may temporarily resume its bulk collection of Americans’ domestic phone call records, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.
“Second Circuit rulings are not binding on the F.I.S.C. and this court respectfully disagrees with that court’s analysis, especially in view of the intervening enactment of the U.S.A. Freedom Act,” he wrote, according to the Times.
originally posted by: ugmold
a reply to: eisegesis
"The Freedom Act"
F' You What other outcome would a "Surveillance Court" possibly have?
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originally posted by: Granite
The globalist's lead by Soros, Obama tell the surveillance court what it's ACTUAL orders are...
The lone objectionist "Judge Andrew Napalitano" was fired by Fox News's Rupert Murdoch in 2012 blackmail threat.
Soros sent a messenger to Murdoch he better dump Napalitano or VERY EMBARRASSING info would be released to the public.
Next day, Napalitano is fired...the last hope for America snuffed...