As an attorney representing a detainee at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Dicky Grigg is concerned that the government knows who he has been calling about the case.

Attorney James C. “Jim” Harrington, director of the Austin-based Texas Civil Rights Project, is equally concerned that the government has his phone call records. As Harrington notes, he sues governmental entities.

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