Rosen’s father, attorney Myron Rosen, told FoxNews.com he found the records seizure to be “downright ludicrous.”
“My son and his wife call us all the time, and we talk about grandchildren,” he said. “We don’t talk about nuclear proliferation.”
The government began to push back Wednesday on some of the information circulating about the case. The office of U.S. Attorney Ronald Machen Jr., who is prosecuting the case, stressed in a statement Wednesday that his office “did not wiretap the phones of any reporter or news organization” or “monitor or track the phone calls of any reporter’s parents.”
“We take seriously our obligationsto follow all applicable laws, federal regulations, when grand jury subpoenas are issued for phone records of media organizations, ….. more blathering bs…… blah, blah, blah….
Except that it is DOJ policy that the Attorney General sign off on surveiling member of the press. Attorney…
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