By Darryl Fears The Washington Post 12/29/07

In yesterday’s strongly worded opinion, Appeals Judge Ilana Diamond Rovner wrote: “Belief, assumption, and speculation are no substitutes for evidence in a court of law. . . . We must resist the temptation to gloss over error, admit spurious evidence, and assume facts not adequately proved simply to side with the face of innocence and against the face of terrorism.” (more…)