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Law & Civil Liberty / Baker, Jones Interview #708694

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 23, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with former NSA general counsel Stewart Baker & Steven Jones about the issue of public safety & individual rights & the US Patriot Act & the enemy combatant classification. [In Washington, BAKER - talks about the intentions of the US Patriot Act & the court's view of the criminal process.] [In Oklahoma City, former McVeigh attorney JONES - says the landscape has changed since September 11, but there is a growing public unease over how the administration is prosecuting the war on terrorism; states even conservative Oklahoma is critical of Attorney General John Ashcroft for abandoning the safeguard of civil liberties; says the greatest wrong is the change of the habeas corpus procedure.]

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