ACLU, Denver Police Reach Deal in 'Spy Files' Case The American Civil Liberties Union and the Denver Police Department reach a settlement in a class-action lawsuit that alleged the department's decades-old practice of monitoring political activists amounted to spying. Under the agreement, police must have reasonable suspicion that a person or group is involved in criminal activity before opening files on them. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden.
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ACLU, Denver Police Reach Deal in 'Spy Files' Case

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ACLU, Denver Police Reach Deal in 'Spy Files' Case

ACLU, Denver Police Reach Deal in 'Spy Files' Case

ACLU, Denver Police Reach Deal in 'Spy Files' Case

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The American Civil Liberties Union and the Denver Police Department reach a settlement in a class-action lawsuit that alleged the department's decades-old practice of monitoring political activists amounted to spying. Under the agreement, police must have reasonable suspicion that a person or group is involved in criminal activity before opening files on them. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden.