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From the country of Anna Frank

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Submitted by Henrik R Clausen (Denmark), Jun 28, 2006 at 16:12

This is obviously stupid. The asylum laws were originally created to protect people like this wonderful little lady. Human rights, too. Now the very same laws are being used to punish those who speak out for freedom. At least they didn't take her citizenship after all, but it was close.

Being a hero is a lonely job. But they are highly appreciated by those of us who notice what is at stake.

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