Are U.S. firms that advertised their encryption as secure, but created back doors in order to let the NSA access material, at risk of suits for damages?
Since it appears that the DEA has been using information provided by a massive search of phone company records while deliberately misrepresenting this fact at trial, are all those convicted entitled to a new trial?
Were the DEA agents in the above cases engaged in multiple acts of perjury and were the higher ups engaged in large scale suborning of perjury?
Is there some way of bringing before the court system the question of whether mass wiretapping by the NSA was or was not constitutional? Who would have standing?