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How bulk surveillance turned an Oregon lawyer into a terror suspect


What does bulk surveillance look like in action? According the case of Brandon Mayfield, it looks like a lot of loose ends and half-clues. An editorial in Al Jazeera America takes a look at the case, which saw a child custody lawyer from Portland, Oregon arrested on suspicion for the 2004 Madrid bombing, despite never having left the country. The problems started with two latent fingerprints left on a bag of detonators involved with the bombing.

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