Friday, June 26, 2009


For Super Secret Security.  Actually though, this article fails to mention that things are greatly improved now -- the story that the FBI has a secret argument to justify why it's okay the secret service provider hasn't had its secret rights abused in the secret investigation is now, mercifully, no longer secret.

So in the case of Doe v. Holder, the FBI is carrying out a secret investigation using secret guidelines on what is and is not constitutional, and as part of that investigation they've compelled the secrecy of a service provider and are using a secret justification to argue that nobody's First Amendment rights are being violated. "Just trust us," indeed.

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