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Wednesday, October 4th 2006

NSA Analysts Have To Close Solitare, Get Back To Work

The Sixth Court of Appeals gave leave for the Bush’s wiretapping program to continue while they prepare to hear the appeal. As mentioned, I don’t think the federal ruling baning the program is strong enough to withstand appeal, so the program may continue from here on…

The Bush administration can continue its warrantless surveillance program while it appeals a judge’s ruling that the program is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.

The unanimous ruling from a three-judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals gave little explanation for the decision. In the three-paragraph ruling, judges said that they balanced the likelihood an appeal would succeed, the potential damage to both sides and the public interest.

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