The ACLU, and other Radical Political Groups, Sue to Stop NSA Intercepts

From an AP article:

Civil liberties groups filed lawsuits in two cities Tuesday seeking to block President Bush’s domestic eavesdropping program, arguing the electronic surveillance of American citizens was unconstitutional.

The U.S. District Court lawsuits were filed in New York by the Center for Constitutional Rights and in Detroit by the
American Civil Liberties Union.

The New York suit, filed on behalf of the center and individuals, names President Bush, the head of the National Security Agency, and the heads of the other major security agencies, challenging the NSA’s surveillance of persons within the United States without judicial approval or statutory authorization.

It seeks an injunction that would prohibit the government from conducting surveillance of communications in the United States without warrants.

The Detroit suit, which also names the NSA, was filed with the ACLU along with the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Greenpeace and several individuals.

Let’s see, the people filing the lawsuit are the ACLU, who defends terrorists, CAIR, a radical Islamic political group, Greenpeace, an organization with terrorists as members, and several unnamed individuals. Gee, I wonder what they are worried about? LOL!

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