Now that we know a little more about those behind the New York City subway plot, the real question becomes: did we violate their civil rights by spying on them or intercepting their communications?

For some reason the media, who has been all against NSA wiretapping of terrorist phone calls, monitoring of the financial movements of terrorists and the general spying on terrorists, seems to be silent about the potential violations of these human beings’ rights. When can we expect the stories championing their freedom of speech? When will the expose of the evil Bush regime’s role in this begin?