Suspension of the Bill of Rights

National Security Docket Judge suspended Ross' basic civil rights even if he proves that his rights - as guaranteed by the Bill of Rights -- have been violated. 
The document pictured below shows that Senior National Security Docket Judge Bennett suspended Ross' basic Civil rights as guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, "even when a litigant alleges that a state violated federal constitutional principles…."  See Seal 1 et al v. Seal 3 et al. RDB-13-153 (13 February, Dist. Ct, MD. 2013)

Since the US Civil War, the US Federal Courts have the obligation to enforce the US Constitution. They cannot pretend that the responsibility does not exist given the 14th Amendment's mandate to enforce the Bill of Rights on the States and suspension of the 11th Amendment in that regard. 

Every Southern State was required to specifically waive sovereignty in its Constitution to require Federal enforcement of the Constitutional guarantees. That includes the State of Maryland where Bennett sits. It is found in Article 2. "The Constitution of the United States, and the Laws made, or which shall be made, in pursuance thereof, and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, are, and shall be the Supreme Law of the State; and the Judges of this State , and all the People of this State, are, and shall be bound thereby …" Remember Eisenhower put troops in Kansas in the 1950's to remind Democrats of that power.