Government will snitch on some of its warrantless wiretaps

Some of those who were arrested as a result of warrantless will be informed that it happened, according to the US Attorney General’s office.

On Friday, the Washington Post published an account of an interview it held with US Attorney General Eric Holder, who said the Department of Justice would conduct a comprehensive review of criminal cases in which the government used or is using evidence that it acquired through through warrantless wiretaps. Holder said that the DoJ would notify defendants in those cases where the government had used such evidence, “where appropriate.”

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