U.S. attorney: Patriot Act 'essential tool'


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By Greg Welter
Chico Enterprise-Record

CHICO, Calif. — McGregor Scott, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of California, said the successful 2005 prosecution of a terrorist figure living in Lodi wouldn't have been possible without the Patriot Act.

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