9/11 Attacks Mute Cries for Justice & Civil Rights

The Middletown Press is reporting on the fact that since 9/11, civil rights cases are being argued quietly. \”Federal authorities have detained immigrants for months, held secret court hearings, seized computer data from libraries and gathered vast amounts of e-mail and phone records, all in the name of protecting America from more acts of terrorism. But if civil libertarians are grumbling about the possible erosion in individual rights, they are doing it somewhat quietly.\” Read More.