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The question of whether the state secret doctrine can be applied in this case to block testimonies will be resolved by Federal District Court Judge Justin L.
Although the state secrets privilege dates back to a poorly reasoned Supreme Court decision in United States v.
According to the report, the state secret draft law the government is working on will serve to stop dissidents and journalists from revealing all that is labeled as a state secret.
org while he awaited an independent expert opinion on whether articles the website had published about plans to step up state surveillance of online communications amounted to revealing state secrets.
privilege and decided that it was a military or state secret.
Naturally, the state broadcaster treated the Tennant, Smith and Hurt birthday special like a state secret.
A source involved in the investigation, who insisted on anonymity, told Utirnski vesnik they were told that nothing pertaining to the investigation should be revealed to the public since those materials are considered to be a state secret.
According to Rizaov, those figures can easily be obtained, but either no one is allowed to make them public or the rates of Macedonian poverty and wealth are a state secret.
He said criminal accountability could be sought if it was proven that the document was original and that with it a state secret was given away.
The Customs Agency head was charged with inadvertently disclosing information constituting a state secret.
The court's reading of the discussion of Totten in Reynolds for the posit that Totten applies to cases where "the very subject matter of the action" is a state secret is similarly flawed, as the Reynolds court itself noted that the very subject matter of the Totten case was a contract with the government to perform espionage.
131) Thus, the state secrets privilege exists on a dual plane: either under the Totten bar, whereby a court must dismiss a claim if the very subject matter of the litigation is a state secret, or under the Reynolds evidentiary privilege, whereby courts must determine whether evidence involved in the litigation is subject to protection from the privilege.

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