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Submitted by Lynn (United States), Apr 29, 2008 at 10:51

Wouldn't it be better to quietly work in the background and plead the cases before President Bush? Would he have the authority to pardon them before he leaves office? I am not an expert on this subject by far.

What I don't understand is why these people pledge allegiance to one country while spying for another. I think both countries should protect themselves from them. Weren't we taught that you cannot serve two masters? I hate to use the word masters but I think it applies by saying that you can't serve two countries. When their job was done, why did they choose to stay in the country they were spying on?

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