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New York Public Radio – NYPD Pays $1 Million, Vows Surveillance Reforms After Settling with Muslims in New Jersey

On April 5th, NY Public Radio reported that in response to the New Jersey Muslims’ allegations of improper surveillance, the NYPD will pay over $1 million and vow to stop religious-based surveillance. See below for the highlight and click here to read on the New York Public Radio website.

According to Muslim Advocates, the organization that filed the suit along with the Center for Constitutional Rights and the Gibbons P.C. law firm, the NYPD monitored dozens of mosques, stores, restaurants, schools and student associations in New Jersey alone.