Fred Korematsu v. George W. Bush, 'No Law Protects Them, No Court May Hear Their Pleas.'

February 20, 2004
The Village Voice, February 19, 2004
[With] no indictment; no jury; . . . no examination of the witnesses; no counsel for defense; all is darkness, silence, mystery, and suspicion. —Congressman Edward Livington, New York, 1798, in opposition to President John Adams's denial of due process to noncitizens.