Ore. Lawyer Case: Policy Flaw Or Simple Error?

Print
Two Oregon cases illustrate the pros and cons of the Bush administration’s legal campaign against terrorism. A Portland lawyer spent two weeks in custody over a mistaken fingerprint, but the 2002 cracking of Portland Seven jihad cell is hailed by federal authorities as one in which intelligence and criminal investigators could not have shared crucial
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.