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07/01/2005 | Open letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee - PDF
David M. Brahms and others | Human Rights First
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07/01/2005 | We Are All Torturers Now
Mark Danner | NY Times
At least since Watergate, Americans have come to take for granted a certain story line of scandal, in which revelation is followed by investigation, adjudication and expiation. Together, Congress and the courts investigate high-level wrongdoing and place it in a carefully constructed narrative, in which crimes are charted, malfeasance is explicated and punishment is apportioned as the final step in the journey back to order, justice and propriety. ...
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06/01/2005 | Analysts: Congressional pork might have hurt Defense spending
Amy Klamper | GovExec
Defense analysts say members of Congress might have inadvertently robbed the Army and Marines of resources to build up their stock of up-armored Humvees and other equipment needed to fight an increasingly violent Iraqi insurgency. ...
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06/01/2005 | Mississippi Rep. Bennie G. Thompson gets nod as ranking Democrat on new House Homeland Security Committee
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
The ranking Democratic member of the House Homeland Security Committee will be 7-term Mississippi Rep. Bennie G. Thompson, whose 2nd Congressional district is bordered by more than 250 miles of Mississippi River frontage. ...
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06/01/2005 | Guiusepe Tomasi di Lampedusa, de cabecera
Rubén Hernán Weinsteiner | Offnews.info
Nadie investiga, si el mismo puede ser hallado responsable.

Los que tienen que investigar de alguna manera están ligados o son parte del problema, y no se van a investigar a si mismos, léase Amia, Embajada, sobornos en el senado, masacre del veinte de diciembre, venta de armas, retiro de moneda previo al corralito, vaciamiento del Pami, Río tercero, muerte de Junior, Narcogate, Swiftgate, asesinato de Cacho Espinosa, lavado de dinero etc. Con lo cual nunca tenemos la posibilidad de aprender nada.

¿Como se hace para investigar a pesar de las trabas que ponen los que no quieren que se investigue?

Nombrando Gente honesta, fuera del sistema, que no tenga ni guarde compromisos con la estructura. ...
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06/01/2005 | Analysts: Congressional pork might have hurt Defense spending
Amy Klamper | GovExec
Defense analysts say members of Congress might have inadvertently robbed the Army and Marines of resources to build up their stock of up-armored Humvees and other equipment needed to fight an increasingly violent Iraqi insurgency. ...
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06/01/2005 | Mississippi Rep. Bennie G. Thompson gets nod as ranking Democrat on new House Homeland Security Committee
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
The ranking Democratic member of the House Homeland Security Committee will be 7-term Mississippi Rep. Bennie G. Thompson, whose 2nd Congressional district is bordered by more than 250 miles of Mississippi River frontage. ...
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06/01/2005 | Guiusepe Tomasi di Lampedusa, de cabecera
Rubén Hernán Weinsteiner | Offnews.info
Nadie investiga, si el mismo puede ser hallado responsable.

Los que tienen que investigar de alguna manera están ligados o son parte del problema, y no se van a investigar a si mismos, léase Amia, Embajada, sobornos en el senado, masacre del veinte de diciembre, venta de armas, retiro de moneda previo al corralito, vaciamiento del Pami, Río tercero, muerte de Junior, Narcogate, Swiftgate, asesinato de Cacho Espinosa, lavado de dinero etc. Con lo cual nunca tenemos la posibilidad de aprender nada.

¿Como se hace para investigar a pesar de las trabas que ponen los que no quieren que se investigue?

Nombrando Gente honesta, fuera del sistema, que no tenga ni guarde compromisos con la estructura. ...
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06/01/2005 | Iran - Rice: 'If negotiations have been exhausted, we have the votes'
Stratfor Staff | Stratfor
The United States on Jan. 5 warned Iran that, should it resume nuclear-fuel-related activities, Washington would immediately move to refer the matter to the U.N. Security Council. ...
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05/01/2005 | Public Debate in Saudi Arabia on Extremism in the School System
MEMRI Staff | MEMRI
Recently, some senior Saudi education officials have called for a ban on the dissemination of extremist views in schools, and launched activities to increase teacher awareness of the issue. At the same time, education ministry officials, editors, columnists and TV critics insist that the Saudi government is not doing enough to eradicate extremism in the schools. The following are excerpts from discussions about the issue: ...
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