(originally posted January 30th, 2006)
Quoted from Insomnia:
"Alberto Gonzales spoke before law students at Georgetown [on January 24th], justifying illegal, unauthorized surveilance of US citizens, but during the course of his speech the students in class did something pretty ballsy and brave. They got up from their seats and turned their backs to him. ... [A]dditional students came into the room, wearing black cowls and carrying a simple banner, written on a sheet."
The Attorney General's speech was followed by a panel discussion, where one of the students' profs said:
- David Cole, Georgetown University Law Professor
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