A Boston federal judge has denied accused terrorism sympathizer Tarek Mehanna’s motion to suppress Foreign Intelligence Service Act evidence and a motion to compel production of exculpatory evidence.

U.S. District Judge George O’Toole Jr. ruled on Friday that “the information obtained in accordance with those orders are classified as secret or top secret. Neither the defendant nor his counsel have had access to those classified documents.”

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