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So much for innocent-’til-proven-guilty

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Suppose there were some ultra-classified list maintained by the authorities — sort of a double-secret probation register for the government — and you had no way to discover whose name was on it (yours could be there, for all you know), what constituted a triggering incident, or how the innocent could be exonerated.
If such a thing existed, how would we feel about authorities stripping those on the list of their constitutional rights?

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