posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 05:05 PM
No, I agree with you to a point. Let's not be naive, though, shall we?
You and I would appear to be united in a certain sense of indignation over injustice and evil, and that is as it should be. On the other hand, the
people on the other side of the spear are going to be fighting for their reputations, freedom, and perhaps even their lives.
I think that the ones who come first deserve amnesty for telling what they know. As they turn over evidence, the remaining many who have not chosen to
do the honorable thing will have lost their bargaining chips.
That will make them a very dangerous crowd. There is still a nuke missing from that "accidental" nuclear flight from the Minot AFB. What do you
value more, the idea of pushing the full measure of punitive might, or the chance to defuse what could become a tragedy that costs hundreds of
thousands, or even millions of lives?