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Reader comment on item: Washington Protects the Terror Masters [in Courtrooms]

Submitted by Rebecca Moulds (United States), Nov 15, 2007 at 16:59

Dr. Pipes' (rhetorical) question of "Is there not something deeply flawed about the U.S. Government consistently siding with terrorists" should really be a statement rather than a question.

The amount of injustice seen in US courts only serves to show that our country's legal system needs a thorough purging. And I ask another question: Isn't it time to stop playing the political correctness game with any enemies of truth, within the legal system inside our country ,and with foreign countries who will not comply with our laws, and draw a definite line between what is right and what is wrong?

It seems that so-called civilised societies are going shockingly backwards by rewarding the wrong-doers of the world rather than punishing them and treating the victims as criminals.


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