U.S. District Judge Thomas McAvoy's "classified" order leaves secret his reasons for also turning down defense requests to suppress any evidence acquired from warrantless wiretaps or force authorities to disclose whether they were used in the Albany case.
Defense attorney Terence Kindlon said Saturday he is researching possible appeals of the ruling. "My sense is, this can't be right. This has to be wrong," he said. "The question is, how do you even argue it when you don't know what the basis is?" |link|
In related news, I rewatched Bob Roberts last night. I sort of remember it being an over the top roll in the aisle laughfest when I saw it in the theaters, but somehow it just doesn't seem so funny anymore.