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Former FISA chief judge Bates slams key proposed NSA reforms as unnecessary, counterproductive – 1/14/2014 4:09:17 PM | Newser January 15, 2014

Posted by sandyclaus in NSA, Security, Security State.
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Speaking for the entire U.S. judiciary, U.S. District Judge John D. Bates sent a letter to the Senate Intelligence Committee saying that appointing an independent advocate to the secret surveillance court is unnecessary and possibly counterproductive, and he slammed other key reforms as adding too heavy a caseload to the secret courts work. In current FISC hearings, judges only hear from the government seeking a spy warrant.

via Former FISA chief judge Bates slams key proposed NSA reforms as unnecessary, counterproductive – 1/14/2014 4:09:17 PM | Newser.

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