August 27, 2016 Surveillance, U.S.
Debra Cassens Weiss reports:
A former Justice Department lawyer has been censured for telling a New York Times reporter about the National Security Agency’s warrantless wiretap program.
The lawyer, Thomas Tamm, was censured (PDF) on Thursday, report the National Law Journal (sub. req.) and the Legal Profession Blog. Tamm had agreed to accept the censure by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
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Screw them, what gives the gov’t the right to WARRANTLESS wiretap anyone? Our judges and courts regularly ignore our Constitution. Every judge who’s ruled in favor of destroying our Bill of Rights should be disbarred.
When will Americans say enough is enough?