Judge Napolitano: ‘Dangerous to Talk of Suspending Suspect’s Constitutional Liberties’

John Glaser, April 23, 2013

Judge faces off against Fox News people who think they can pick and choose when rights to due process apply and when they don’t:




6 Responses to “Judge Napolitano: ‘Dangerous to Talk of Suspending Suspect’s Constitutional Liberties’”

  1. For the life of me, I don't know how the Judge stands to associate with those FauxNews cretins. He must spend at least an hour in the shower every night trying to wash the slime off of himself.

  2. I was surprised to see him back on FauxNews–I thought he had been kicked off for supporting Ron Paul, or something. Perhaps the Faux executives let him come back in order to maintain the illusion the network is fair and balanced and allows opposing viewpoints to their neocon agenda. I'm sure Judge Napolitano is aware of that, like Pat Buchanan is, but chooses to be there in the hope his message will wake up some people, much like Ron Paul did while still in Congress.

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