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    • JustCurious
    • 15.03.07 | 15:46 (IST)

    If all these confessions are as solid as the US makes them out to be, the US government should have NO PROBLEM taking this man to a non-military COURT OF LAW and convince an American Jury that this man is guilty. Any human being that faces 4 years of torture (using the most modern & sophisticated techniques that would make the SS & KGB look like Boy Scouts), with no hope for ever getting a day in court, would have no alternative but to sign at the bottom line. TORTURE is illegal and against all decent international laws. Any resulting confessions are baseless, worthless and unreliable!

    from the article: Reputed 9/11 mastermind says he decapitated journalist Daniel Pearl
    First published 00:00 15.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.03.07
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