NSA Must Give Up Info In Olympics Spy Suit, Attendees Say

Law360 (September 17, 2018, 7:54 PM EDT) -- A group of 2002 Winter Olympics attendees who claim they were spied on by the U.S. National Security Agency asked a Utah federal court Friday to compel the agency to respond to their discovery requests, saying the NSA is hiding behind invalid state secret objections.

The group claimed the NSA has been blocking their discovery requests regarding whether their communications from in and around Salt Lake City during the games were intercepted with invalid national security claims and a "litany" of other irrelevant and unreasonable objections.

"Through such objections, NSA seeks to deprive plaintiffs and the public of the truth and...

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