Erlinder: Supreme Court decision lets Secretary of State define who is a terrorist listen02/28/11 Seán Kinane
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Last summer the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the federal law that criminalized “material support” for terrorism. But defenders of civil liberties warn that people can be jailed for nonviolent speech, preemptive prosecution, or thoughtcrime. On Saturday in Tampa, activists held a workshop: Wake up call for civil liberties. It featured panelists like Jess Sundin, a peace activist whose house was raided by the FBI, and law professor Peter Erlinder, the former head of the National Lawyers Guild.