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Federal judge says it’s okay for the NYPD to spy on Muslims

[Ed. Note: Christians and Libertarians are next on the Fed’s list]

from RT:

A federal judge this week dismissed a lawsuit against the New York City Police Department and said that the covert NYPD operation that sent undercover officers into area mosques to conduct surveillance on innocent Muslims was not unconstitutional.

United States District Judge William Martini — a George W. Bush appointee — opined in a 10-page decision published late Thursday that the June 2012 lawsuit against the NYPD must be dismissed due in part to lack of standing with respect to the plaintiffs: a coalition of six Muslim individuals, two organizations that operate mosques, two Muslim-owned businesses and the Rutgers University Muslim Student Association.

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4 comments to Federal judge says it’s okay for the NYPD to spy on Muslims

  • prestodo

    “[Ed. Note: Christians and Libertarians are next on the Fed’s list]”

    You guys have been saying this for a long, long time now. BTW, the NYPD are not the Feds. Correct facts go a long way in proving credibility.

    • Z

      An accurate observation…

      • mangrove

        Accurate? What’s not federal about a federal judge? Perhaps if you guys would read correctly, you’d realize it’s not SGT’s credibility on the line here.

    • jonathan

      Uh Prestodo I don’t think the Editor’s Note is off in any way. They propagandized the people on Moslem extremism for ten years in the 90s before pulling off 9/11. Anyone who has studied Anglo Saxon Strategy knows these people plan not just for the next 10 or 20 yrs but for the next 100 yrs. Every move they are making now is setting something up for next 3-5 decades.

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