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Neal accused of drafting statutory declarations and issuing « wilful declarations » in response to legal challenges, but those decisions did not go into effect in Apr바카라il 2009 and never became final.
« The judge’s order was based on false information … and, in fact, relied upon by the defendants’ lawyers as evidence of how ‘liable counsel’ has been used against the government in the past, » the letter says. « The judge’s or바카라der is plainly erroneous. »
The letter to the government in response was signed by a spokesman for Assistant Secretary of State William L. Burns, who signed the documents himself. It says that while Burns is not involved in the case « because a final settlement and judgment are pending, » he’s received many of the objections on the government’s behalf.
« The government, with the help of plaintiffs’ counsel, continues to challenge the legal and factual basis for the government’s assertions of immunity to the Government in respect of many government statements, » Burns wrote. « After considering the government’s claims to the contrary, I am confident the court will resolve the legal issues presented and render a final opinion in the present case and the issues it is likely to raise. »
The court has only made decisions on two separate legal challenges to the government, one stemming from the 2004 decision in the National Defense Authorization Act — part of a larger dispute over the scope of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act — and the other was over the 2001 Patriot Act, which was originally designed to allow the government to conduct warrantless surveillance.
In that case, the court held that Congress had a gene카지노 사이트ral authority under the intelligence community’s statutory authorities to conduct surveillance in the United States and did not give the president the authority to authorize « the conduct of surveillance in foreign affairs » without a specific case-by-case court-approved authorization.