Mike Lorrey wrote:
> Randy Smith wrote:
> > >From: "Smigrodzki, Rafal" <SmigrodzkiR@MSX.UPMC.EDU>
> > >
> > >### There is IMO nothing wrong with narcoanalysis, and no reason why it
> > >shouldn't be used to interrogate suspected terrorists, tax evaders,
> > >politicians before and after elections, as well as candidates for hire on
> > >the police force. I do not see any relationship of this subject to torture.
> > >
> > >The government should start openly using and popularizing narcoanalysis for
> > >public and private use.
> > There are probably good points on both sides of this argument. However, the
> > point that I would like to bring into the public "debate" is that being an
> > American citizen gives you certain rights and benefits when in America.
> Rights and benefits that were not very tightly enforced or observed in
> the Cold War against Americans who aided and abetted Communism.
> Prisoners of War do not get the same consideration that common criminals
You really should take the trouble to learn the meanings of
terms you immodestly toss about.
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