"WARRANTLESS SURVEILLANCE IN TERROR CASE RAISES CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE" NEW YORK TIMES

This article by Charlie Savage discusses the constitutional issues surrounding surveillance operations against terror suspects. “Thomas A. Durkin, a defense lawyer who represents the Iraqi refugee, Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab, who was arrested after returning to the United States, and one of the Ohio men, Yahya Farooq Mohammad, said he would ask the judges in both cases to suppress the evidence.”

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