The US Marshalls hold off the public details when they were expected to be released by the police so that they could be used for the surveillance.
The public details were required to be looking over by the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU asked the official permission to look into the details with the permission of Sarasota, Florida police.
Nathan Freed, the staff Attorney of the ACLU, said that this is unbelievable and the bad ambiguity breach. The Federal has blocked all the access to the public records and they are doing all the measures to refrain the public data from the reach of the agencies.
The IMSI catchers, Stingray have this ability to catch the location of the mobile phone by reaching to the nearby cell phone tower.
The Florida police force is indebted to provide the records within 30 days to ACLU. If it would not be given, the ACLU can go to the courts.