D.Utah: Ptfs alleged enough to stay in court against NSA sweeping up all calls in SLC during 2002 Winter Olympics

Plaintiffs plead enough to stay in court. They claimed that the NSA, with the authority of President Bush, intercepted and still stores all communications in the Salt Lake City area during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Amnesty International v. Clapper is distinguished. Valdez v. NSA, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 4133 (D.Utah Jan. 10, 2017).*

After a traffic stop for a taillight being out, the officer observed first a “shoulder dip” which was taken as a further movement. Also, the defendant was lethargic and sweating, and he appeared to be under the influence of drugs. The officer also saw loose tobacco on the floorboard which was consistent with drug use. A frisk was valid. State v. Brito, 2017 Conn. App. LEXIS 6 (Jan. 17, 2017).*

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