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Reader comment on item: [The Abu Ali Case and] Balancing Liberties, Security

Submitted by Carol McLaughlin (United States), Mar 1, 2005 at 21:09

It's frightening that those who 'report' the news are only worried about this aspect of the case. Obtained via torture or not, why can't newspapers at least allow that the confession might still be true and ponder the implications of that? There can be some balance in reporting. Being solely concerned with confession obtained via torture comes off almost as obsequient dhimmitude but does nothing to address what we can do to protect ourselves from these so-called "Americans".
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