Skip to comments.Supreme Court declines early look at NSA surveillance case
Posted on 04/07/2014 7:51:08 AM PDT by GIdget2004
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned down a long-shot request for a ruling on whether the U.S. government's gathering of Americans' phone records is unlawful.
The justices' refusal to intervene means the case will go forward in the appeals court, as scheduled.
Plaintiffs Larry Klayman and Charles Strange had said the issue was so important the high court should not wait for a Washington federal appeals court to rule in the case concerning the National Security Agency.
The high court rarely hears an appeal before an appeals court has ruled.
The Supreme Court will likely be asked to hear the case after the appeals court issues its ruling.
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time is of the essence..
I’ve given up thinking that I’ll ever again see a Supreme Court decision that very clearly supports the public trying to get out from under the thumb of government.
Probably awaiting guidance from Holder of the “Just Us Department”.
Im not certain that it could happen but I refuse to give up hope.
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