http://www.nytimes.com/2003/08/08/nyregion/08SURV.html A New York federal judge criticized police officials yesterday for the way demonstrators against the war in Iraq were interrogated earlier this year, the New York Times reports. The judge made clear that civil liberties lawyers could seek to hold the city in contempt of court if the police violate people's rights. U.S. District Judge Charles S. Haight Jr., who recently eased court-ordered rules on police surveillance of political groups, commented after hearing . . .
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