ACLU accuses DoJ of hiding Domestic Spying Memos
January 24, 2013 in Resistance
January 24, 2013. San Francisco. When the US government began spying on American citizens, groups like the ACLU sued to obtain specific details and tried to stop abuse by rogue agencies and agents. The Supreme Court agreed, for the most part. But when an ACLU attorney stumbled across an FBI lawyer speaking at San Francisco University, the agent mentioned 2 secret DoJ memos that detail how authorities interpret the ruling. Ignoring an FOIA request, those 2 memos are still secret.