Lawyers: NY Muslim Surveillance Case on Track

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Larry Neumeister
Associated Press
February 21, 2014

Attorneys for critics of the New York Police Department’s surveillance of Muslims said Friday there’s no reason to slow their pursuit of a Brooklyn federal lawsuit challenging the practice after a similar case was dismissed in New Jersey.

“I’m not worried,” said lawyer Hina Shamsi with the American Civil Liberties Union. She added that the decision Thursday by U.S. District Judge William Martini in Newark, N.J., “by no means” meant it was more likely that the Brooklyn case would be dismissed.

For one, Shamsi said, New York City has not asked to dismiss the lawsuit. It was filed last year following a series of articles by The Associated Press based partly on confidential NYPD documents that showed how the department sought to infiltrate dozens of mosques and Muslim student groups in New York and elsewhere.

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