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Chaos in the Courts

Posted by Fara Kearnes on December 29, 2004 2:54 PM |

"Constitutional Chaos" is a new book that recounts numerous horrifying stories of abuse of regular citizens by the government. The terrorists are not only abroad. Some work for your government.

Constitutional Chaos

, Constitutional Chaos : What Happens When the
Government Breaks Its Own Laws

by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Judge Napolitano reviews the dangers of the Patriot Act, which allows government official to write "self-written" search warrants, which means there is no judicial review of the search warrant. That means, that any FBI agent with a bug up his butt can search your home or apartment, without a judge's review and approval for probable cause. That violates the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. It also states that a person who is subject to such a search may not tell anyone about it, including a wife, friend or lawyer. That violates the First Amendment.

For other chapters, Judge Napolitano relates how he sat in his courtroom as police officers committed perjury, produced fake evidence and entrapped suspects into committing crimes that they would never have even thought of were it not for the police. He saw prosecutors bribe witnesses, lie to suspects to trick them into confessing and use material witness warrants as licenses to kidnap suspects and hold them indefinitely.

All in all what Napolitano saw was America's government breaking its own laws in the attempt to enforce the law and the justification was that rights were not inalienable but merely "gifts" from the state and hence, could be ignored by the agents of the state in the performance of their duties.

The author is not content to show abuse in the simple non-political cases but goes on to far more controversial topics.

In a completely non-partisan way he attacks Attorney General John Ashcroft for shredding the Fourth and Fifth Amendments with the same gusto that he displays while excoriating Janet Reno for the Waco slaughter and clearly demonstrating that both attorneys general hold individual rights in contempt.

Don't believe the political hacks from both parties who will attack "Constitutional Chaos", this book is the most important one on the state of American liberty to appear in many, many years.


Constitutional Chaos : What Happens When the
Government Breaks Its Own Laws

by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Judge Napolitano reviews the dangers of the Patriot Act, which allows government official to write "self-written" search warrants, which means there is no judicial review of the search warrant. That means, that any FBI agent with a bug up his butt can search your home or apartment, without a judge's review and approval for probable cause. That violates the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. It also states that a person who is subject to such a search may not tell anyone about it, including a wife, friend or lawyer. That violates the First Amendment.

For other chapters, Judge Napolitano relates how he sat in his courtroom as police officers committed perjury, produced fake evidence and entrapped suspects into committing crimes that they would never have even thought of were it not for the police. He saw prosecutors bribe witnesses, lie to suspects to trick them into confessing and use material witness warrants as licenses to kidnap suspects and hold them indefinitely.

All in all what Napolitano saw was America's government breaking its own laws in the attempt to enforce the law and the justification was that rights were not inalienable but merely "gifts" from the state and hence, could be ignored by the agents of the state in the performance of their duties.

The author is not content to show abuse in the simple non-political cases but goes on to far more controversial topics.

In a completely non-partisan way he attacks Attorney General John Ashcroft for shredding the Fourth and Fifth Amendments with the same gusto that he displays while excoriating Janet Reno for the Waco slaughter and clearly demonstrating that both attorneys general hold individual rights in contempt.

Don't believe the political hacks from both parties who will attack "Constitutional Chaos", this book is the most important one on the state of American liberty to appear in many, many years.




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