United States v. Sarkissian
Holding, Findings, and Matters of Law
The Court, following its own precent in Ott, 827 F.2d 473, stated the government met the requirement that the “purpose of the surveillance must be to secure foreign intelligence surveillance.” 841 F.2d at 964. The Court also disagreed with the assertion that the district court erred by not disclosing material submitted ex parte and in camera. Id. at 965.
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United States. Department of Labor; United States. Department of Health and Human Services; United States. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; United States. Department of Justice (1998-01-20)