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Friday, January 20, 2006


The NSA’s warrant-less wiretapping program has generated the first of what are likely to be many legal challenges. The ACLU accuses the government of violating the constitutional rights of a group of academics, activists, and journalists, all of whom believe they may have been monitored. But lawyer Jonathan Turley tells Brooke that while the plaintiffs may generate sympathetic headlines, they are far less likely to succeed than are several accused terrorists who are also challenging the NSA program.

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