Jesselyn Radack seems an unlikely candidate for martyrdom in the war on terror. The former DOJ ethics adviser says she thought she'd be a career government lawyer. But that was before she objected to government tactics in the John Walker Lindh case. Since then she's lost two jobs -- pushed out of her Justice post and then fired from the firm that had taken her in -- and has found herself unemployed and in limbo.
The Trials of Jesselyn Radack
The American Lawyer
July 14, 2003
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