Friday, May 26, 2006

Librarians to Speak for First Time After Judge Rules Against Patriot Gag

This is from an ACLU e-amil about the Patriot Act's National Security Letter (NSL)
Addressing a related case from Connecticut, the appeals court effectively lifted a gag that has prevented Connecticut librarians who received an NSL from disclosing their identities. The ACLU said it will hold a news conference on Tuesday, May 30, to allow the gagged librarians to speak publicly for the first time about this case.

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