More Spitting on Our Bill of Rights

An article in this morning’s New York Times reveals that federal law enforcement officials seized two months worth of phone records of 20 journalists and editors from the Associated Press.

Sadly, the story – and the huge implications for freedom of the press and government transparency – will pass largely unnoticed by Americans.

And here is the link to the story that drove the Justice Department to its unconstitutional actions.

2013.05.23 update: The Justice Department pursues its prey a journalist.

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One Response to “More Spitting on Our Bill of Rights”

  1. Robert A. Vella Says:

    Unnoticed by many, but not all. It really pissed me off, so I wrote a scathing critique of the American system today.

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