Friday, March 16, 2007


"The purpose of torturing your prisoner is to get him to confess that he is the queen of England."

I believe this statement by a former Military Intelligence friend of mine to be true, supported by all the evidence of years of confessions obtained under duress. That six years later, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed confessed to planning the 9/11 attacks is dubious. For him to also confess to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, an aborted 2002 attack on Los Angeles' U.S. Bank Tower, the Bali nightclub bombings, the attempted assassination of every living US President stretches credibility. And to finally confess to personally beheading Daniel Pearl, well, I don't buy it.

Keep interrogating him and I'm sure they'll be able to get him to confess to the Lindberg kidnapping, to being the shooter on the grassy knoll and for assisting in the escape of John Wilkes Booth.

A confession obtained under duress isn't convincing. Show me EVIDENCE. If you have any real evidence of the horrible crime you have accused him of committing then present it in a court of law. Don't waste my time with this crap.

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