Breaking News!!: Washington, DC: District Court Judge ruled National Security Agency phone surveillance violates United States Constitution.

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Breaking News!!: Washington, DC: District Court Judge ruled National Security Agency phone surveillance violates United States Constitution.
A United States District Court Judge ruled on Monday that the National Security Agency phone surveillance program likely violated United States Constitution’s 4th Amendment.

According to United States District Court Judge Richard Leon, the National Security Agency’s controversial program which was unveiled by Former United States Government Contractor Edward Snowden in earlier 2013 appears to violate the United States Constitution’s 4th Amendment which states that “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.”

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1 thought on “Breaking News!!: Washington, DC: District Court Judge ruled National Security Agency phone surveillance violates United States Constitution.

  1. This PROVES Edward Snowden is a whistleblower!
    If our Government wants to prosecute Snowden as a criminal, despite the FACT that he has exposed these crimes, why aren’t James Clapper, the head of the Office National Intelligence, and Keith Alexander of the NSA, why aren’t they being prosecuted for their crimes against the Fourth Amendment and their CRIMES against lying to Congress?

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