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- Caroline Fredrickson Director of the Washington legislative office of the American Civil Liberties Union
- Patrick Philbin Former associate deputy attorney general (2003-2005) who oversaw Justice Department national security functions including electronic surveillance applications under the FISA statute; former deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel (2001-2003)
- Suzanne Spaulding Served as executive director of the congressionally-mandated National Commission on Terrorism; former minority staff director for House intelligence committee; former assistant general counsel at the CIA
- Sen. Arlen Specter U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania, ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee
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