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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ruth Wilson
The 88-year-old retired Coast Guard officer hadn't been outside the U.S. in decades. Yet phone calls started pouring in from Jamaica, dangling the prospects of huge winnings from an international lottery that he had won.
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The winners of London's 2012 Laurence Olivier Awards, honoring achievement in theater, opera and dance:
Ms. Wilson said her elderly father became so enmeshed with the fraud artists that he even followed their instructions to buy a new phone and block his daughters from calling him.
"It's been heartbreaking," she said of her father, who did not want to be named lest he be targeted again.