Monday, July 14, 2008

TELCOM IMMUNITY VIOLATES CONSTITUION'S BAN ON EX POST FACTO LAWS

Stephen Neitzke, Populist America No matter the blizzard of bullshit from the elite channels of discourse -- political party bosses, law school professors, CEOs, and sundry dignitaries -- there is no such thing as legal retroactive immunity for crimes already committed. The Constitution does not say, "We don't like ex post facto law, but Congress can go ahead and pass it, and then let the courts sort things out." The Constitution says, "No ex post facto law . . . shall be passed". Any and all retroactive immunity for crimes already committed would require ex post facto law. And ex post facto law is unconstitutional, anti-Constitutional, and blatantly illegal. No ifs, ands, or buts.

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