Exhibit A: The Press

Friday, June 24, 2005


Recent deportation cases in U.S. courts have some litigants concerned about what they call the latest tool in the war on terror: journalism. Immigration lawyers say that since 9/11, the Feds have increasingly relied on independent reportage as evidence against those it accuses of having ties with terrorist organizations. Does the practice deny due process? From KPCC in Los Angeles, reporter Rob Schmitz has this story.

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