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Ireland BS: US torture (197* d) RE: BS: US torture 09 Mar 03

People cite Hitler to substantiate the theory that, No information which comes out of torture is dependable. None.

I am not being argumentative, are people honestly saying that the torture of covert operatives by the Gestapo etc. did not yield results. Of course it did,how many resistance groups were hunted down through intelligence gained from torture.

"These women will then come back to society someday.How sad can all this violence begetting violence get?"

They may not come back to society,if they die in the line of duty, protecting their country or trying to stop some ass who takes it into his head to beat women with a stick for no real reason.

I think this is one of the most crass and disgusting post I have read, it casts aspersions on these soldiers,who happen to be women. What do you think they are they going to do when they return to civvy street? I'll say no more, and treat your statement with the distain it deserves.

In the UK a Moslem cleric was jailed for 9 yrs for preaching hatred, he teaches the killing of non believers, Americans, Jews, Hindi, who he says can be robbed and killed out of hand. He teaches that those sending these people to hell is at the same time securing their own salvation.

So when we have some nut cases,say Al-Qaeda,who actually follow these teachings,who will their victims,Americans,call on to protect them?

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