NYC police commissioner says Justice Dept. is 'too cautious'
By Rocco Parascandola
NEW YORK — New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly's attempt at quicker approval for eavesdropping warrants is based in part on recent cases in which authorities didn't apply for such warrants and paid a steep price, a law enforcement official briefed on the controversy said yesterday.
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