The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to take up the first legal challenge to the Bush administration’s once-secret National Security Agency program of warrantless wiretapping.
Acting without comment on the case of American Civil Liberties Union v. National Security Agency, the Court in effect placed the program beyond judicial review, ACLU officials charged.
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