Re: [Full-disclosure] complaints about the governemnt spying!

Valdis.Kletnieks@xxxxxx wrote:

On Thu, 29 Dec 2005 08:04:43 CST, Leif Ericksen said:

There are those laws that are direct and clear cut, and there are the
ones that takes an act of congress to decide what is legal or not. ;)

And then there are those you're not allowed to even *see*. In Gilmore v. Ashcroft,
the Department of Justice finally consented to allow a *judge* with a security
clearance to see the text of the law, but Gilmore and his attorneys are still
denied access to what the law says.

Which begs the question... How do you break a law that you don't know exists?

How can one be expected not to break the law if the law is never made available?


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