White House Files Opposition to Release of NSA Wiretap Rulings
Perhaps predictably, but news nonetheless, the Bush Administration Friday filed its opposition to the ACLU's request that the FISA court release the rulings it issued since January, 2007 concerning Bush's warrantless NSA electronic surveillance program.
The opposition motion, filed in the secret FISA court, is available here (pdf)at the ACLU's website.
The ACLU responds to the Government's filing here.
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