New Jersey Muslims seek new ruling on NYPD mass surveillance program

Eleven plaintiffs bring arguments to US court of appeals over whether program can be challenged in court, a year after judge dismissed case
January 2015
The Guardian

The 11 plaintiffs in the Hasan v City of New York case are a diverse group: an Iraq war veteran, university students, a coalition of mosques, and the head of a religious school for girls. All are united by their Muslim faith, their residency in New Jersey and the fact they were targeted by the New York Police Department in a mass surveillance program that their attorneys argue was both indiscriminate and unconstitutional. ...

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