Monday, May 20, 2013

Justice Department Tracked Movements of Journalist, Obtained Telephone Records

Steve Neavling
The Justice Department tracked a journalist suspected of receiving secret material related to possible leaks of classified information about North Korea in 2009, The Washington Post reports.

In addition to obtaining telephone records from James Rosen, the chief Washington correspondent for Fox News,, investigators used security badge access records to track the reporter’s traffic in and out of the State Department, the Post wrote.

Justice Department investigators also obtained a search warrant for Rosen’s e-mails.
This follows the discovery that the Justice Department also seized telephone records from the AP.

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