Sunday, June 04, 2006

NSA Spying Case Continues (at least for now) Despite Assertion of State Secrets Privilege

Some good news for fans of executive oversight (where are you Congress?) from the Detroit News:
DETROIT -- A federal judge in Detroit said she will proceed with hearings in a suit that challenges a domestic spying program run by the National Security Agency, despite assertions from the Bush administration that doing so would reveal "state secrets" that affect national security.
Via TalkLeft


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