University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Here’s a previously top secret 2005 Bush Justice Department memo on Stellarwind surveillance and prosecutors’ discovery obligations"
Date Mar 31, 2017
Author Charlie Savage
External Link https://charliesavage.com/?p=1579
Abstract In response to one of the Freedom of Information Act lawsuits I am fighting with The New York Times’ lawyer David McCraw and our annual First Amendment Fellow, Ian MacDougal, the government has turned over a May 2005 memorandum by Patrick Rowan, who was then a top national-security prosecutor in the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. This memo is about the government’s discovery obligations arising from the Stellarwind warrantless surveillance and bulk metadata program. One of the inspector general reports about Stellarwind that we liberated through previous FOIA litigation had a section about the drafting and contents of this memo, so I FOIA’d for it. (I’ve put that section of the IG report into the same Document Cloud file posted below.)
Source https://charliesavage.com/?p=1579


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case The New York Times Company v. United States Department of Justice (NS-NY-0026)

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