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    • e l pratt
    • 24.06.11 | 21:04 (IDT)

    That would be anyone who is an American Citizen who aids, abets or supports any person or group of persons who have been declared terrorists by the United States. Sounds like a jailable offence to me! Book'em Danno!

    from the article: White House: Gaza flotilla activists may be breaking U.S. law
    First published 19:58 24.06.11 | Last updated 19:58 24.06.11
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