Anti-Terror Actions Detailed by Justice Department

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http://www.nytimes.com/2003/05/21/international/worldspecial/21PATR.html The Justice Department has conducted hundreds of bugging and surveillance operations and visited numerous libraries and mosques using new anti-terrorism tools, the New York Times reports. The department is reviewing 4,500 intelligence files in terrorist cases to determine whether criminal charges should be brought. Such a mingling of intelligence and criminal investigations was largely
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