Date registered: Sep 2004
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Why the need to conduct survelliance without a warrant?
What could the reason be? The FISA law gives them 72 hours to operate without one, so they can't use the argument that it stops investigations. They have unlimited rights to evesdrop on foreign nationals, so it is not obstructing fighting foreign elements. Why the need to spy on Americans without a warrant? What is the overriding reason? If it is a question of speed, then the FISA court is simply like any organization, and like other courts would simply need to expand its staff. Security? The FISA court operation is under the same strictures as the CIA, staff and officials must be cleared in the same way, and they are bound by laws with heavy penalities, not to mention that an Al-queda terrorist mole on the FISA court is a pretty far fetched idea. What is the reason President Bush wants an unlimited right to violate the Bill of Rights merely on his whim?
Last edited by FeelTheLove; 08-18-2006 at 09:42 AM.