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Re: [Full-disclosure] complaints about the governemnt spying!
From: bkfsec (bkfsecsdf.lonestar.org)
Date: Thu Dec 29 2005 - 13:14:00 CST
>On Thu, 29 Dec 2005 08:04:43 CST, Leif Ericksen said:
>>There are those laws that are direct and clear cut, and there are the
>>ones that takes an act of congress to decide what is legal or not. ;)
>And then there are those you're not allowed to even *see*. In Gilmore v. Ashcroft,
>the Department of Justice finally consented to allow a *judge* with a security
>clearance to see the text of the law, but Gilmore and his attorneys are still
>denied access to what the law says.
Which begs the question... How do you break a law that you don't know
How can one be expected not to break the law if the law is never made
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