Audio: ACLU v. NSA Clients Respond to White House Claims About Illegal Spying

February 1, 2006

The ACLU is suing the National Security Agency for violating the U.S. Constitution. The illegal NSA spying program authorized by President Bush just after September 11, 2001, allows the NSA to intercept vast quantities of the international telephone and Internet communications of innocent Americans without court approval.

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Q: What do you think of the Bush Administration's response to the ACLU v. NSA lawsuit and recent attempts to explain illegal government spying on Americans?

James Bamford, Journalist/Author
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Nancy Hollander, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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Arsalan T. Iftikhar, Council on American-Islamic Relations
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Barnett Rubin, NYU Center on International Cooperation
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Anthony D. Romero, Executive Director, ACLU
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