They made pdfs out of the hard copies so you're not able to search or copy text.
In light of the legitimate and substantial public interest in many of the questions raised in those opinions and in the evolution of OLC’s views on those questions, the Department has released the six of those underlying opinions from 2001-2003 that are not classified and that had not previously been disclosed.
I am hoping that Orin finds time to blog about the Fourth Amendment implications of the 10/23/2001 opinion about domestic use of military force.
(That is a hope, not a demand.)
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