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NO QUARTER: Alienable Rights

April 4, 2006

NO QUARTER: Alienable Rights
A truthful article that documents how the Constitution is being torn apart, bit by bit. An excellent article by SusanUnPC:

Bush’s unitary presidency holds ex officio its standing above the law. Because he says so. Because by memoranda, statements, and orders, Bush has seized an executive government untethered by its now lesser, withering judicial and congressional branches.

And now for a reminder of what once was, and how it was possible to find justice the old-fashioned democratic way.

Although a jury ruled [Zacarias] Moussaoui is eligible for the death penalty on Monday, [FBI whistleblower Colleen Rowley, Minnesota congressional candidate] says administration officials may stop using criminal courts for future cases. “If you don’t deal with them in the criminal court then you are allowed to go around all criminal procedure and the Constitution,? she said. (From today’s interview of former FBI Special Agent Rowley on Democracy Now!)


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