A letter formally opposing efforts by the Justice Department to eavesdrop on attorneys and their clients, hold military tribunals, and detain foreign nationals indefinitely was submitted to Congress as hearings got under way over new rules enacted after Sept. 11.

“BASF opposes these limitations on constitutional rights as imposed by [executive orders],” the letter reads. “The federal courts have proven fully capable of administering justice in cases involving international terrorism.”

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