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Codey’s 2005 Orders Gave Limited Rights To NYPD

Former New Jersey Gov. Richard Codey says two executive orders he signed in 2005 gave the New York Police Department only very limited rights to operate in New Jersey -- and did not authorize spying on Muslims at colleges and mosques.

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NYPD Spying on Newark’s Muslims – Justified or Not [POLL]

According to the AP, the NYPD conducted extensive surveillance on Newark's Muslim community in 2006. Do you feel it was justified?

On one hand we spy on our own citizens in order to amass a database of where this group of people work and pray without any resonable suspicion

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