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atreides1

(16,203 posts)
1. Perhaps
Wed Dec 10, 2014, 10:48 AM
Dec 2014

But as we have seen recently, the law does not apply to those who are above it, like cops, politicians, contracted torturers, etc.

So, there will be no prosecutions...and the US is now known as a country that will conduct torture...so much for all of those values they keep talking about!

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