Posted: May 24, 2012 3:36 PM by Associated Press
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Gov. Chris Christie's administration has concluded that New York City police did not violate New Jersey laws when they conducted surveillance of Muslim businesses, mosques and student groups in the state.
Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa (kee-AY'-sah), a Christie appointee, is holding meetings Thursday in Trenton with Muslim leaders to discuss the findings of a three-month review. The Associated Press obtained a summary of the findings.
The attorney general says the New York Police Department has agreed to meet regularly with New Jersey law enforcement to exchange information about its operations. But New Jersey prosecutors say no law requires the NYPD to notify state officials of its activities.
Muslim leaders want a formal investigation and a clampdown on cross-border operations by the NYPD.
PLEASE HELP US MODERATE COMMENTS
Offensive or inappropriate comments are subject to removal. To report a comment, please e-mail us at email@example.com, and include the name of the story and information on the comment.
Thank you! KSBY.com
Get deals up to 80% off here!
Find the lowest gas prices in your area
Submit your photos to KSBY
Check out our calendar of events
Watch Daybreak Web Videos in full
Save with Hot Deals across our counties!
Events across the Central Coast
Follow The CW5 on Facebook.
The KSBY online public file.
What do you think? Leave us your feedback.
KSBY is your official CA Lottery station for San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties