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A note on one of Kings comments. King says "Chris, I think the administration acted entirely appropriately. The 1976 U.S. Supreme Court case gives them, to me, the absolute right to do this. They’re in full compliance with all statutes."
We pointed out that King ought to check the congressional record and look up the Right to Financial Privacy Act of 1978 before he spouts off about the 1976 Supreme Court ruling.The long and short of it is that a Warrant or a Subpeona is needed to access financial records.The Bush administration just like the wire-tap case ignored the law and did what it wanted to do.King as usual backs Bush and the law-breaking.Its funny how King throws in former Times reporter Jason Blair to attack the paper. Blair got in trouble for making things up in his stories. Is king saying the Times is making things up in this story? If so, how can they be charged with espionage if what they say isn't true?King is all over the place in his attempt to defend this program and every route he takes shows how little he really knows.