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US to Use Warrantless Surveillance Evidence in Criminal Case

The United States for the first time plans to use information gathered from warrantless surveillance as evidence against a terrorism suspect.   The suspect, Jamshid Muhtorov, is in jail in Colorado. The FBI arrested him last year for allegedly providing material aid to the Uzbek terror group Islamic Jihad Union.   Federal agents monitored communications between Muhtorov and the administrator of a website associated with the group.   In a court filing, the Justice Department ...

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