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Rand Paul/FreedomWorks NSA Class-Action Lawsuit

In Archive, NSA, Rand Paul, Surveillance on February 14, 2014 at 9:09 PM


US Senator Rand Paul has filed a class-action lawsuit against the Obama administration and the National Security Agency seeking to halt the NSA’s vast data-surveillance program.

Paul promised a “historic” fight against the NSA when he announced the suit had been filed Wednesday at a press conference. He was joined by Ken Cuccinelli, Virginia’s former attorney general, and Matt Kibbe, the president and CEO of FreedomWorks. Bruce Fein, a Reagan administration attorney, is one of the lawyers on the case.

The suit challenges the constitutionality of the NSA program that collects metadata on US citizens’ phone calls.

“There’s a huge and growing swell of protest in this country of people who are outraged that their records are being taken without suspicion, without a judge’s warrant, and without individualization,” Paul said.

“I’m not against the NSA, I’m not against spying, I’m not against looking at phone records,” he went on. “I just want you to go to a judge, have an individual’s name and [get] a warrant. That’s what the Fourth Amendment says.”

“Today we ask the question for every phone user in America: can a single warrant allow the government to collect all your records, all the time?” Paul said in a statement Wednesday. “I don’t think so.”

Related Links:

ACLU NSA Class-Action Lawsuit

Larry Klayman NSA Class-Action Lawsuit

NSA Surveillance Lawsuit Tracker

  1. of course it’s about the “power establishment” against the rest of us. always has been. and you wouldn’t believe who the puppet masters are behind this power establishment!!! good luck with the lawsuit, and thank you for your courage!


  2. […] UPDATE 02/12/2014 Rand Paul/FreedomWorks NSA Class-Action Lawsuit […]


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