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Ashcroft Defends Patriot Act

August 20, 2003
Attorney General John Ashcroft has launched a campaign to defend the anti-terrorism law passed shortly after 9/11. The law, often called the USA Patriot Act, has received harsh criticism for giving the government too much power over the rights of citizens and immigrants.

Afghani Police Station Attacked

August 20, 2003
The same day a raid on a Kabul police station killed 22 people, attackers set fire to another police compound in southeast Aghanistan and took four policemen as hostages.

Drive-Thrus May Be Dangerous for Cops

July 16, 2003
Police are advised to take caution at restaurants after two deputies in Tampa, Fla., were served burgers containing shards of glass.

Trooper Killed in Mich. Standoff

July 9, 2003
A Michigan State trooper died while entering the home of a man who had barricaded himself inside and shot at officers. The standoff ended when the building burned to the ground.

Murderers Escape New York Prison

July 9, 2003
Two inmates convicted of murder escaped from a maximum-security prison in upstate New York.

Court Limits Defendant Drugging

June 20, 2003
In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court outlined limits on the government’s authority to forcibly administer medications to make defendants fit to stand trial.

New Agents Already Leaving FBI

May 29, 2003
Thousands of Americans joined the FBI following the September 11 terrorist attacks. But many have already left their positions because they say they are unsatisfied with the pay and benefits.

Hostage Negotiators Gather for Conference

May 15, 2003
The 2003 Conference for the Western States Hostage Negotiators' Association will be held May 20-23 in Yakima, Washington.

Undercover Agent Indicted for Perjury

May 2, 2003
A former Texas sheriff’s deputy has been charged with three counts of aggravated perjury for allegedly lying on the witness stand.

U.K. Changes to Fingerprint Rules Cause Uproar

March 28, 2003
Plans to give British police the power to retain fingerprints and other samples from arrested suspects have been protested by both lawyers and human rights activists.
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