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US 'beheads' State Department Ethical Resister(s)

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Submitted by Tim Hunter (United States), May 24, 2013 at 03:34

To date, both US popular cultural US governmental entities have displayed massive indifference and boredom in the face of the heroism of US Foreign Service Officers (FSOs) who have risked their lives to protect Americans' rights in the overseas countries, particularly in the middle east and third world. These FSOs have been 'beheaded' by a government and society which do not celebrate the heroes in their midst.

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