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A wiretap decision that's loud and clear
A federal judge's rejection of warrantless surveillance points out that the Constitution is always listening
Friday, August 18, 2006
Federal District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor's ruling Thursday against the National Security Agency's warrantless wiretaps sent the Bush administration a clear message:
You may evade one court, but you can't escape all of them.
It's a message that Taylor found clearly spelled out in the Constitution, and one that the administration has recently received from some other judges as well.