Cops Kill Another Dog – and other Sundry News

At least they didn’t stomp the cat.

Habeas Corpus, R.I.P.

No people, no matter where they reside, should have to live in fear of their own government. Nowhere should the midnight knock foreshadow a nightmare of state-commissioned crime. The suffering of torture victims must end, and the United States calls on all governments to assume this great mission. President Bush

This is America, you are innocent, and you have faith in American justice. You know your rights, and you ask for a lawyer. But no lawyer comes. Once again, since you know your rights, you refuse to answer further questions. Then the interrogators get angry. Then comes solitary confinement, then fierce dogs, then freezing cold that induces hypothermia, then waterboarding, then threats of being sent to a country famous for its torture techniques, then Guantanamo. And then nothing, for years, for decades, for the rest of your life. Senator Patrick Leahy

Under the Constitution, a suspension of the writ may only be justified during an invasion or a rebellion, when the public safety demands it. Six weeks after the deadliest attack on American soil in our history, the Congress that passed the PATRIOT Act rightly concluded that a suspension of the writ would not be justified. Yet now, six weeks before a mid-term election, the Bush-Cheney Administration and its supplicants here in Congress deem a complete abolition of the writ the highest priority ““ a priority so urgent that we are allowed no time to properly review, debate and amend a bill we first saw in its current form less that 72 hours ago. Notwithstanding the harm the Administration has done to national security with its mismanaged misadventure in Iraq, there is no new national security crisis. There is only a Republican political crisis. And that, as we all know, is why this un-American, unconstitutional legislation is before us today.

First of all, go back to sleep, nothing to see here….  I could have predicted this. Anybody could have. Part and parcel to the fascist police state, which makes my ‘predictions’ about our collective future that much closer to reality.

Prep.  Now.


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One thought on “Cops Kill Another Dog – and other Sundry News

  • September 28, 2006 at 8:06 pm
    War is Terrorism of the rich, by the rich, for the rich.
    (Anyone that does not know this, hasn’t been there – YET)

    It’s a Grave New World.

    Huxley and Orwell were ‘Bushin’ Prophets

    Everyday, the ‘news’ only further reminds me of the movie “Brazil” … Oh! If I could but fly away soaring through a dreamscape rather than renditioned and tortured!

    America has been collectively renditioned but the torture really hasn’t even started yet …

    I wonder if a ‘market’ will soon develop for cyanide capsules (or equivalent). IMO, ‘opting out’ (if not fighting back) beats the ‘hell out of’ “rough techniques” by “intel professionals”

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