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In the US, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. In Iraq . . .

. . . the US presumes you are guilty until you prove your innocence.
Iraqi and U.S. authorities freed 495 prisoners from U.S. facilities on Saturday, completing a mass release announced by the prime minister last month as part of his national reconciliation efforts.

U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad welcomed the move and said more prisoners could be freed.

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Al-Maliki had promised to release 2,500 inmates by the end of June.

The Justice Ministry said Saturday's releases fulfilled that promise but stressed officials would continue to study the cases of individual inmates and release them as merited.
They truly do hate freedom - so much so that the US thinks they prefer false imprisonment by occupiers to life under Saddam.


At Sunday, July 02, 2006, Blogger denk said...

In the US, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty….


qrswave, not when uncle sham wanted to frame some one to create the scare that there is a chicom spy under every pillow…..One has to conclude that the committee knew the answers it wanted before it started out, if the result is not what he wants, uncle sham is not averse to cooking the book to make china looks ten feet tall too,

hmmm… uncle sham cooking the book, now where do I hear all this before.?




At Sunday, July 02, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

Hey denk,

I only used it to illustrate my point, that this administration (indeed, like administrations before it - though not as glaringly obvious) is hypocritical.

These days, the concept of innocent until proven guilty is largely a quaint rhetorical anachronism.

thanks for the links.


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