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_creationDateAugust 20, 2006 3:36:09 AM
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_fullText{{item |author=Geoffrey R. Stone |source=The Huffington Post |date=8/19/2006 |url=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/geoffrey-r-stone/aclu-v-nsa-a-fearless-_b_27583.html |quote="I will venture a partial prediction: If the appellate judges do not hide behind the vacuous standing and state secrets arg ...
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AuthorGeoffrey R. Stone
SourceThe Huffington Post
DateAugust 19, 2006
URLhttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/geoffrey-r-stone/aclu-v-nsa-a-fearless-_b_27583.html
Quote"I will venture a partial prediction: If the appellate judges do not hide behind the vacuous standing and state secrets arguments, they will uphold Judge Taylor's ruling. On the merits, the illegality of the NSA program is too clear to elide."
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ACLU v. NSA: "A Fearless and Independent Judiciary" by Geoffrey R. Stone (The Huffington Post, 8/19/2006) (view)

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TopicNSA warrantless surveillance controversy
Position_fragmentJudge Taylor was right to rule program unconstitutional
PositionNSA warrantless surveillance controversy / Judge Taylor was right to rule program unconstitutional
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Judge Taylor was right to rule program unconstitutional

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