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David Miranda: Metropolitan Police grounds for opposing judicial review

Full statement of the Metropolitan Police’s case against David Miranda’s claim for judicial review, which will be heard at the High Court in London on 6 and 7 November 2013. Miranda is challenging his questioning and detention at Heathrow airport under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000.

David Miranda is the partner of former Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, who first reported on Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing about the NSA’s mass surveillance programs.

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David Miranda: Home Office grounds for opposing judicial review

Full statement of the UK Government’s case against David Miranda’s claim for judicial review, which will be heard at the High Court in London on 6 and 7 November 2013. Miranda is challenging his questioning and detention at Heathrow airport under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000.

David Miranda is the partner of former Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, who first reported on Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing about the NSA’s mass surveillance programs.

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David Miranda: Summary statement of facts and grounds

Full statement of facts and grounds in support of David Miranda’s claim for judicial review, which will be heard at the High Court in London on 6 and 7 November 2013. Miranda is challenging his questioning and detention at Heathrow airport under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000.

David Miranda is the partner of former Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, who first reported on Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing about the NSA’s mass surveillance programs.

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David Miranda: Witness statement of Detective Supt. Caroline Goode

Witness statement of Detective Supt. Caroline Goode, Senior Investigating Officer in the Metropolitan Police’s Counter-Terrorism Command (SO15). This witness statement was given at the 27 August 2013 High Court hearing of David Miranda’s application for an injunction to prevent UK police from searching his electronic property but released over a month later as a result of a Freedom of Information request.

David Miranda is the partner of former Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, who first reported on Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing about the NSA’s mass surveillance programs.

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David Miranda: Witness statement of Oliver Robbins, Deputy National Security Adviser, UK Cabinet Office

Witness statement of Oliver Robbins, Deputy National Security Adviser for Intelligence, Security and Resilience to the UK Cabinet Office, given at the 27 August 2013 High Court hearing of David Miranda’s application for an injunction to prevent UK police from searching his electronic property, which was seized at Heathrow airport on 18 August 2013.

David Miranda is the partner of former Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, who first reported on Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing about the NSA’s mass surveillance programs.

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David Miranda: Lawyers’ letter before action

David Miranda’s lawyers’ Letter Before Action, sent to the UK Home Secretary on 20 August 2013, seeking injunctive relief to prevent UK police from searching electronic media taken from him at Heathrow airport. Mr Miranda is the partner of Glenn Greenwald, the former Guardian journalist who broke the NSA surveillance story.

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