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FBI Head Michael Ward Speaks Out on NYPD Operations in NJ

The head of the FBI in New Jersey said Wednesday that some of the covert operations by the New York Police Department's intelligence division have damaged the public's trust in New Jersey law enforcement, though he emphasized that his agency has an overall good working relationship with the NYPD.

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Governor Chris Christie
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NYPD Muslim Spying Controversy Won’t Go Away In NJ

The political battle over what the New York Police Department (NYPD) did or did not tell New Jersey officials about their surveillance of Muslims in the Garden State rages on.

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NYPD Commissioner to Meet with Muslim Leaders

The New York Police Department's commissioner plans to meet with Muslim leaders amid criticism of police monitoring of Muslims after the Sept. 11 attacks.

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Surveillance Communication Offers Checks, Says Governor

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who suggested that the NYPD's intelligence operation in Newark may have been "born out of arrogance," says surveillance of people when there is no suspected wrong-doing should be decided on a case-by-case basis.

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Attorney General Jeff Chiesa
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Muslims, Officials Discuss NYPD Program [VIDEO]

New Jersey's attorney general told Muslim leaders Saturday that he was still looking into the extent of New York Police Department surveillance operations in the state, yet stopped short of promising a formal investigation during a meeting that both sides characterized as productive.

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Chris Christie Criticizes NYPD Over Muslim Surveillance [AUDIO]

During last night's edition of Townsquare Media's "Ask The Governor" program, Governor Christie was asked about the New York Police Department's surveillance of possible Muslim terror suspects in the Garden state - without consulting law enforcement officials in Jersey.

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Governor Christie in studio for Ask The Governor
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Christie Blasts NYPD For Lack Of Communication on Muslim Surveillance

Governor Chris Christie is strongly criticizing the New York City Police Department for carrying out surveillance operations on possible Muslim terrorism suspects in the Garden state - without letting authorities in Jersey know what was going on.

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NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly
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Kelly Not Sorry About NJ Muslim Surveillance

New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly has no plans to apologize for an intelligence program that has been keeping tabs on Muslims.

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White House Helps Pay For NYPD Muslim Surveillance

Millions of dollars in White House money is helping pay for New York Police Department programs that put entire American Muslim neighborhoods under surveillance.

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State Senator Richard Codey
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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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