Warrantless Wiretap In the Mohamed Mohamud Case Is Legal, a Federal Judge Says

Mohamud Must Now Face Sentencing In His Terrorism Case

Mohamed Mohamud

A federal judge today upheld the government's use of warrantless wiretapping against a Portland teen convicted of trying to set off a bomb at the Pioneer Courthouse Square Christmas Tree lighting in 2010, the Associated Press reported.Mohamed Mohamud's defense team filed a motion for a new trial in January after it learned the government failed to disclose the use of warrantless wiretapping until after ...   More
Tuesday, June 24, 2014 KATE WILLSON

Terrorist To Test Case?

Mohamud’s case could be the first to challenge warrantless wiretapping revealed by Edward Snowden’s leaks.

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Mohamed Mohamud has been cast in many roles: as a simmering potential terrorist, as a teenager manipulated by FBI agents, and most of all as Portland’s “Christmas tree bomber.” But now he�   More
Wednesday, February 5, 2014 RAMONA DENIES

Who’s Listening to Diane Roark?

An Oregon woman warned that the U.S. government was eavesdropping on its own citizens. Then it turned on her.

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Warrantless wiretapping may have faded from the headlines with George W. Bush, but one Oregonian is determined...   More
Wednesday, September 5, 2012 AARON MESH


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