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View Diary: Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act Passes: Guess Who's Left Out? (34 comments)

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  •  In situations like Gitmo, even the courts aren't (5+ / 0-)

    allowed to see all of the evidence - they're told to accept the government's word that the person on trial is guilty of heinous crimes against the state.

    •  right. which is obviously illegally insane (3+ / 0-)
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      ColoTim, Don midwest, NonnyO

      And might be ruled such someday..

      consider these terms: ocean rise, weather re-patterning, storm pathology, drout famine, acceptance of nature

      by renzo capetti on Thu Nov 15, 2012 at 09:44:38 AM PST

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    •  The Kafkaesque part: tell anyone at all, even your (2+ / 0-)
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      … lawyer or your relatives — let alone visitors from the Red Cross, human-rights agencies, or journalists — about how you were treated, and they consider that — merely sharing your own thoughts and memories with another person — to be a further count of harming the U.S. by exposing secret info.

      According to the so-called judges' latest rulings, you're not even allowed to mention having been tortured at your own so-called trial.

      The Dutch kids' chorus Kinderen voor Kinderen wishes all the world's children freedom from hunger, ignorance, and war.

      by lotlizard on Thu Nov 15, 2012 at 10:32:59 AM PST

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