Wednesday, April 02, 2003

"...Donald Rehkopf, co-chairman of the military law committee of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, said the government is "inventing the law as they go along. The Constitution is not suspended, even during times of war," he said. 'I'm not saying there are not national security arguments, but they are false arguments in the sense that national security somehow trumps a person's due-process rights. There is absolutely no law for that.'"

A status report on the Moussaoui
trial, via Altercation.