Maybe because the point is not to catch terrorists but Americans.
U.S. District Judge Richard Leon said in a decision last Wednesday that there is ‘utter lack if evidence’ that bulk telephone surveillance ever prevented a terrorist attack. He said he invited the NSA to give him an example, and the NSA came up empty.
Judge Leon ruled that NSA bulk surveillance violated the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution, but held off issuing an order pending an appeal. The case will almost certainly go to the U.S. Supreme Court and, given the current makeup of the court, Leon’s decision will likely be reversed.
It is up to we, the people, to put a stop to Big Brother surveillance, if it is to be stooped
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