Saving Democracy, One Lawsuit At A Time, Though Wasn't That the Ostensible Job of That Constitutional Lawyer We Elected?

Abby Zimet

The Supreme Court has thrown out a court ruling ordering the disclosure
of detainee abuse photos that a two-faced Obama administration first agreed to
release, and then decided to oppose releasing. The tireless ACLU is hanging in.


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"We continue to believe that the
photos should be released, and we intend to press that case in the
lower court," said Steven R. Shapiro, Legal Director of the ACLU. "No
democracy has ever been made stronger by suppressing evidence of its
own misconduct."

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