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Human Nature: The Corruptability of man

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Submitted by Chris Young (United States), Jul 12, 2006 at 21:01

Sadly, we can never be assured that any person, including grandmothers, handicapped people, pregnant women or cute, young teenage girls is invulnerable from corruption. We must not profile and we must treat all passengers as a possible threat. This isn't a guarantee of safety, but we cannot assume.

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