04/02/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

FISA Court Quietly Moves To Avoid Accusations Of Bias

First, the workers encased the room in reinforced concrete. Then came the thick wood-and-metal doors that seal into the walls. Behind those walls they labored in secret for two years, building a courtroom, judge's chambers and clerk's offices. The only sign that they were done came recently, when biometric hand scanners and green "Restricted Access" placards were placed at the entrances.

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