Court: NSA can refuse to say if lawyers wiretapped

June 2008
Associated Press

In Wilner v. National Security Agency, a case involving attorneys from the Center for Constitutional Rights who believe their phones were wiretapped by the government, a federal judge ruled that the NSA does not need to confirm or deny any such wiretapping records.  The threat of surveillance has jeopardized the attorneys' ability to counsel their clients.

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June 26, 2008