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A civil liberties group investigating allegations of prisoner abuse will
report today that since the Sept. 11 attacks, U.S. agents have secretly
transported up to 150 detainees to countries that may practice torture.
Upper level governmental officials are getting “chipped” to demonstrate
public acceptance of the technology, and they are very quick to highlight
the humanitarian uses of tracking devices in humans.
Speaking to church groups around the country,
Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist tried to rally support for President Bush's
judicial nominees. In so doing, Frist promoted his intention to change Senate
rules in order to prevent Democrats from using filibusters to delay Senate
votes on presidential nominees. Several elements of this story are very disturbing.
They won't get charged.
South Korea warned Monday that any nuclear test would backfire disastrously
on North Korea as Washington urged the Stalinist state to end its boycott
and return to six-party talks aimed at ending the standoff.
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