FILE - This Jan. 18, 2012 file photo shows Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy speaking at a news conference in Chicago. According to a report obtained by the Associated Press, in mid-2007, Americans living and working in New Jersey's largest city were subjected to surveillance as part of the New York Police Department's effort to build databases of where Muslims work, shop and pray. The operation was carried out in collaboration with the Newark Police Department, where McCarthy was chief at the time. It cited no evidence of crimes. It was just a guide to Newark's Muslims. The operation in Newark was so secretive even the city's mayor says he was kept in the dark. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)

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FILE - This Jan. 18, 2012 file photo shows Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy speaking at a news conference in Chicago. According to a report obtained by the Associated Press, in mid-2007, Americans living and working in New Jersey's largest city were subjected to surveillance as part of the New York Police Department's effort to build databases of where Muslims work, shop and pray. The operation was carried out in collaboration with the Newark Police Department, where McCarthy was chief at the time. It cited no evidence of crimes. It was just a guide to Newark's Muslims. The operation in Newark was so secretive even the city's mayor says he was kept in the dark.  (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)
FILE - This Jan. 18, 2012 file photo shows Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy speaking at a news conference in Chicago. According to a report obtained by the Associated Press, in mid-2007, Americans living and working in New Jersey's largest city were subjected to surveillance as part of the New York Police Department's effort to build databases of where Muslims work, shop and pray. The operation was carried out in collaboration with the Newark Police Department, where McCarthy was chief at the time. It cited no evidence of crimes. It was just a guide to Newark's Muslims. The operation in Newark was so secretive even the city's mayor says he was kept in the dark. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)
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