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Friday, December 30, 2005

Lawyers to Challenge Spying Programs

From the Washington Post, lawyers representing clients on terrorism charges are challenging evidence used in their cases based on the recent revelation that President Bush bypassed the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court. I don't know the exact legal ramifications of this, but if the President's action jeopardizes convictions of actual terrorists, then not only does his action completely sabotage his original intention, but also serves as an additional reason as to why the executive branch and the President should follow the rules.

Click here to read the full article.

Also check out what Dr. Steven Taylor has to say at Poliblog.

--Tom Hayes


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