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Reader comment on item: "The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act"

Submitted by myth (Germany), May 29, 2016 at 07:19

Back in the day a "foreign government supporting terrorism" had led to a declaration of war. Had the Japanese not worn uniforms while attacking Pearl Harbor with unmarked planes would it have been sufficient to sue the Emperor of Japan?

It "seems to me an attack either was or was not supported by the government in question. Pregnant or not? "Engaging in good faith" will produce a good laugh, no more.

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