Court To Hear Spy & Lie Case

The Supreme Court will rule if a federal spy agency can stretch the truth in monitoring citizens’ activities outside the country. Justices agreed to hear an appeal in which the Canadian Security Intelligence Service was accused of misleading a judge to obtain warrants. Court records censor essential details of the case: “If CSIS is not being truthful, that would be a problem”.

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