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Tag Archives: Drug prohibition law
An alternative view of how the Terrorism Act may have applied to Mr. Miranda
disclaimer: I am not a lawyer so this is a layman’s reading of the Act. As such, it is a speculative piece of writing. Please do not take it as a legal interpretation of how the Act works. For a robust … Continue reading
Posted in Government, privacy, transparency Tagged Drug prohibition law, Miranda, National Security Agency, NSA, Snowden, Terrorism, Terrorism Act 2000, Terrorism Act 2006 4 Comments