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Antiwar Radio: Alexander Abdo

Alexander Abdo, a Fellow in the ACLU’s National Security Project, discusses the “new normal” of institutionalized Bush administration lawlessness, why we should expect other countries to mimic U.S. assertions of authority to commit international extrajudicial killings, the government’s failure to cite a legal justification for killing U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki, the media disclosures from Leon Panetta and John Brennan about a government hit list of American citizens and why cops now have the right to use GPS to track anyone’s car for any (or no) reason.