drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

Stop the Growing Threat Of law being legal...

The U.S. government is blocking the American Civil Liberties Union from paying attorneys representing suspected terrorists held here, insisting that the ACLU must first receive a license from the U.S. Treasury Department before making the payments.

ACLU director Anthony Romero on Tuesday accused the Bush administration of "obstruction of justice" by delaying approval of the license, which the government argues is required under U.S. law because the beneficiaries of the lawyers' services are foreign terrorists.

"Now the government is stonewalling again by not allowing Americans' private dollars to be paid to American lawyers to defend civil liberties,'' Romero said.

[ cf U.S. Blocks Payments To ACLU Attorneys Working At Guantanamo Bay ]
Ah yes....

It is so time to stop allowing any form of legal defense in law courts...

Clearly americans must learn that in the new world order - One is convicted until proven otherwise by a trial, if one becomes absolutely required.

h/t to tomscud for Franz Kafka would shake his head in disbelief.

Thank GOD we have RoboBushCheney!!!
They Shiney!!!

They keeping us free from the threat of law becoming legal...

It IS what our troops are fighting for...
Tags: bushcheney2008, law, war, war_crimes

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