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Sunday, September 14, 2003

In the two years since law enforcement agencies gained fresh powers to help them track down and punish terrorists, police and prosecutors have increasingly turned the force of the new laws not on al-Qaida cells but on people charged with common crimes.

The Justice Department said it has used authority given to it by the USA Patriot Act to crack down on currency smugglers and seize money hidden overseas by alleged bookies, con artists and drug dealers.


Like I've been saying, right? Watch what you say on the phone or in your emails, kids. Equal opportunity governmental ass-fucking is on the prowl.



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