Fisa Court

United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court

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  • In re: Sealed Case No. 02-001 - In re: Sealed Case No. 02-001, 310 F.3d 717, is a per curiam decision by the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review in which it reviewed restrictions that were placed upon a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act application by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court...
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  • Operation CHAOS - Operation CHAOS or Operation MHCHAOS was the code name of a United States Central Intelligence Agency domestic espionage project targeting the American people from 1967 to 1974, established by President Johnson and expanded under President Nixon, whose mission was to uncover possible foreign...

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  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2010 for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June. Ms. Stewart's husband, Ralph Poynter, addresses protesters.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June. Ms. Stewart's husband, Ralph Poynter, addresses protesters.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June. Ms. Stewart's husband, Ralph Poynter, addresses protesters.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.

  • Michael Fleshman posted a photo:

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    Activsts gathered in front of the Federal courthouse in New York City on July 9 to demand the release from prison of radical attorney Lynn Stewart. Stewart, then age 70, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly aiding a client, Islamic fundamentalist Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was convicted of planning a wave of attacks against civilian targets in New York City. Despite being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, Stewart was denied compassionate release in June.