At 05:20 AM 1/25/99 -0800, Terry Donaghe wrote:
>---Ian Goddard <Ian@Goddard.net> wrote:
>> U.S. Code 50 (Chapter 32, Section 1520(b)1)) states
>> that the Department of Defence MAY "conduct any test
>> or experiment involving the use of any chemical or
>> biological agent on civilian populations" only if the
>> DoD notifies "local civilian officials" 30 days before
>> testing chemical or biological agents on U.S. civilians.
>Are you implying that this should be shocking or unheard of?
IAN: As bad as I know things are, I can't stop being dumbstruck... the outrage!.. the atrocity of it all! It's because I dream of a world that is not (a world of freedom and ethics) that I can't accept what is.
>Certainly no one on this list could be shocked. I'm just surprised
>that the looters actually publish the law that makes it "legal."
IAN: Right, that's really weird. These people have no problem with allowing mass poisoning, yet feel compelled by some ethical code to write such into law. Like it would be wrong to do it otherwise.? Very odd! I guess it's a legal cover so that if anyone ever was able to prove they were poisoned, the court would say: "Sorry, it's legal. Those who wrote the law were democratically elected, thus poisoning the people was the will of the people."