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June 07, 2011

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Jerome A. Moore

FBI, Justice,and now the DC circuit, are playing a shell game. Only they get to decide whether a retaliation case goes forward. That's "gunslinger justice". If the District Court can't hear the case, (the dissenting opinion, however, is pretty persuasive to the contrary) then it should go forward in the special security count. That would be fair and just. Due process requires that there be an appropriate forum for the claim.

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