Arlen's Specter

Friday, July 28, 2006

Transcript

The legal landscape is still feeling the aftershocks of the disclosure, last December, of a vast NSA domestic wiretapping program. But a bill sponsored by Senator Arlen Specter would take all of the pending cases against the NSA and move them to a secret court, off limits to media and the public. George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley tells Brooke why the proposed solution might be worse then the original offense.

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