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Two More Courts Find In Favor Of The FBI And Its NIT Warrant; No Suppression Granted

Two more rulings on suppression motions in FBI Playpen cases have been handed down. (h/t Riana Pfefferkorn) The ruling [PDF] in Tennessee agrees with the defendant that the FBI's NIT warrant exceeded Rule 41 jurisdiction limits. The following quotes are from the more substantive "Report and Recommendation" [PDF] by the magistrate judge, which has been adopted by the court overseeing the criminal trial.
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