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Judge: NYPD Doesn't Have To Release Spying Records

 
Judge: NYPD Doesn't Have To Release Spying Records
Posted May 10th, 2013 @ 8:35am

(Christopher Robbins) A state judge has denied a lawsuit seeking to compel the NYPD under the Freedom of Information Law to turn over data relating to its counterterrorism surveillance since September 11, 2001. Justice Alexander Hunter Jr. wrote that "raw, unevaluated field reports, derivative reports, and intermediate reports contain not only highly detailed information, but also contain source revealing information that could potentially jeopardize the effectiveness of the NYPD's undercover programs."

The 11-page FOIL request [PDF] was filed by NYU's Brennan Center for Justice, Muslim Advocates, and the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund last September, and called for the NYPD to release a variety of records pertaining to the department's surveillance activities that were uncovered in a series of AP reports.

Read More: Gothamist

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