Thursday, February 4, 2010

Howard on Collins and Lawlessness

H. Cabanne Howard, Executive Secretary of the Maine Committee on Judicial Responsibility and Disability, former member of the Maine Attorney General's Office and current Assistant Professor of Law and Public Policy at the University of Maine School of Law:

I'm sorry to see that Senator Collins seems to think that when the government apprehends someone on U.S. soil it calls a "terrorist," the Constitution should be suspended. What distinguishes our society from that of the lawless is just these protections.

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