I decided out of interest to check out the use of tu quoque as a legal concept, and came up with the following: "An example of its use in court was in the Nuremberg trials, where the defendants attempted to introduce a tu quoque argument, in claiming that the Allies also had committed crimes similar to those in which the Nazi regime was accused. (The line of defense was eventually not allowed by the court's judges.)" I have commented in the past how much the Israeli herrenvolk has picked up from its herrenvolk predecessor. This is just another example.
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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia reportedly dies at 79 (Reuters)
from the article: Patriotism sans borders