Feds Use Stingray in Low-Level Michigan Drug Case

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Federal agents this week disclosed that they used a controversial cellphone snooping device to hunt for a low-level accused drug dealer, in a case that illustrates the creeping use of a terror-fighting tool to solve everyday crimes, reports the Detroit News. The device was used by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives . . .

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