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Appeals court reinstates suit against US gov’t. warrantless wiretapping program

The Bush Administration’s contention that Americans couldn’t challenge its warrantless wiretapping law because no one could prove they were spied upon was thrown out by an appeals court Monday afternoon, allowing a challenge of the program’s constitutionality to proceed. In a unanimous decision, judges on the Second Circuit Court of…

DoJ still protecting Bush eavesdroppers, says ACLU

The American Civil Liberties Union has released a statement that memos it requested by way of the Freedom of Information Act have been released, but in “heavily redacted” form. The two memos, one by former head of the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel Jack Goldsmith, and another by then…