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FBI: Warrants weren’t needed for drone surveillance

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The FBI has not yet needed to get a warrant before using its drones for surveillance, a bureau official told Sen. Rand Paul on Monday. In a letter sent to the Kentucky Republican, Stephen Kelly, assistant director of the Office of Congressional Affairs, said warrants were not required because the surveillance took place place over public space, “and there was no reasonable expectation of...

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