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The Latest: the Court is of the opinion secrecy Muslim surveillance

ALBANY, N. Y. – The Latest on a lawsuit, which the New York Police Department’s use of a Cold War-era legal tactics to conceal information about the question or the Muslims under supervision (all times are local):

2:55 pm

A lawyer represents two Muslim men has told New York’s highest court that the New York Police Department exceeded its reach when there is a Cold War-era legal tactics to conceal information about the question or put the men under surveillance.

Omar Mohammadi argued before the Court of Appeal on Tuesday that the NYPD did wrong is an appeal to the federal policy in a case where the state of the Freedom of Information Act.

The NYPD’s lawyer says that the department is acting well, when it said it could “neither confirm, nor deny” the records still existed.

The men of the court cases about that response was prompted by a series of Pulitzer Prize-winning stories from The Associated Press that detailed how the NYPD searches for possible terrorists after the attacks of 9/11. Some of the division methods is to infiltrate Muslim student groups and putting informants in mosques.

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12:08 pm

New York’s highest court will consider whether the New York Police Department can make use of a Cold War-era legal tactics to conceal information about the question or the Muslims under surveillance.

The Court of Appeals will hear arguments Tuesday in the cases of two Muslims who say that the NYPD exceeded its reach by responding to a 2012 records request related to the supervision. The NYPD had said that it could “neither confirm, nor deny” the records still existed.

The court cases about that response was prompted by a series of Pulitzer Prize-winning stories from The Associated Press that detailed how the NYPD searches for possible terrorists after the attacks of 9/11. Some of the division methods is to infiltrate Muslim student groups and putting informants in mosques.

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