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July 9, 2007

If you read Catch-22 in high school, then you’ll appreciate Executive Director Anthony Romero’s blog post on today. He compares last week’s Sixth Circuit Court dismissal of our case, ACLU v. NSA, to the novel:

By denying our plaintiffs the right to sue the NSA because they couldn’t prove they were victims of the government’s secret spying program, it created a Catch-22 situation: how can you prove you’re definitely a victim of a secret spying program when it’s secret?

We’re counting on the Senate Judiciary Committee and the rest of Congress to demand answers. You can keep an eye on the subpoenas the committee issued with our new website, SubpoenaWatch.

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