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Ahmad Rahimi, the man suspected of carrying out the bombings in New York and New Jersey last month, appeared in New Jersey Superior Court to plead not guilty to several charges against him. Since he’s still in the hospital recovering from injuries, his appearance was via video conference. Unfortunately, in appearing in court in this manner, Rahimi’s right to medical privacy was compromised, and federal law was violated.
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