Judge: NSA Not Compelled to Disclose Spying on Gitmo Attorneys

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In other Guantanamo news, a federal judge has rejected a suit that would have forced the National Security Agency to disclose whether it spied on the lawyers of Guantanamo prisoners. On Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Denise Cote said the NSA does not need to tell lawyers whether they were spied on. Attorneys have claimed they’ve avoided international phone calls out of fear their phones are tapped.

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