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The Laird plaintiffs alleged that the Army surveillance program caused a chilling effect on their First Amendment rights in that they and others were reluctant to associate or communicate for fear of reprisal, stemming from their fear that the government would discover or had discovered them (and their activities) by way of the secret surveillance. In the main opinion, Judge Batchelder goes through all the claims separately, following the 3 parts of the injury-in-fact test for standing, but her basic position is made clear in her discussion of the First Amendment claim. This means that the judge has a constitutional duty, under the doctrine of standing, to respond only to concretely injured plaintiffs who are suing the entity that caused their injury and for the purpose of remedying that injury. That report has not been provided by the City, but today I received some of the information through “alternative means”. However, with technology today, now one can watch a number of videos or read a great deal of information in relation to both the Sicilian Mafia and the American Mafia online. Although the Bush administration said in January the program is now overseen by a special federal intelligence court, opponents said that without a court order, the president could resume the spying outside judicial authority at any time.
One of the most comical points occurred later in the afternoon, if there can be a comical point at a time like that. This is concerning. The end point of all of the added complexity seems to be financial collapse, unless the system can truly add the promised goods and services. This system works only if the judges suppress their personal and political willfulness and take on the momentous responsibility to embody the rule of law. The judges have this constitutional power only because they operate by a judicial method that restricts them to resolving concrete controversies and requires them to interpret the relevant constitutional and statutory texts and to reason within the tradition of the case law. ADDED, after reading the case: There are three opinions from each of the three judges on the 6th Circuit panel. It excludes what it excludes, and the plaintiffs are stuck with the consequences.
Apparently, what the plaintiffs don’t know doesn’t hurt them: The only injury they have – whether they are being spied on or not – is their fear that they are being spied on. The treatment being meted out to the Armed Forces in India has hurt serving and retired soldiers alike. They should not reach out for opportunities to make announcements of law, but handle the real cases that have been filed. It is lenient about standing in environmental cases (as we saw again this Term in Massachusetts v. EPA, the case about global warming). That, in Gibbons’ view, made their case more like Los Angeles v. Lyons, in which the Court denied standing to a man whose claimed injury was a fear that he’d be subjected to a police chokehold. Judge Gibbons concurs, deciding the standing question on a single, straightforward point: The plaintiffs failed to provide evidence that they have been subjected to the program, so they lack the injury needed to meet the constitutional standing test. This, of course, is the most basic question in constitutional law, the one addressed in Marbury v. Madison.