U.S. Seeks To Broaden Patriot Act On Foreign Asset Seizures

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After two losses in court, the Justice Department wants to broaden a provision of the Patriot Act that allows U.S. judges to freeze assets linked to foreign crimes, reports the Wall Street Journal. In New York and Washington, D.C., federal judges said the U.S. acted prematurely on requests by foreign governments for restraining orders against
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