Federal judge rejects review of NSA wiretaps in terrorism case Holly Manges Jones at 8:14 AM ET
[JURIST] A federal judge Monday denied a request by defense lawyers to review alleged National Security Agency (NSA) [official website] wiretaps in the government's case [complaint, PDF] against a Pakistani-American father and son who are accused of terrorism-related activities. Hamid Hayat was charged [PDF indictment] with lying to US law enforcement agents about attending terrorist training camps in Pakistan, and his father Umer is on trial for lying to the FBI regarding his son's activities.
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