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Does the president of the United States have the right to order a detainee buried alive?
Oddly, this grotesque question was posed at a U.S. Congressional hearing last week. Even odder was the answer – from John Yoo, former deputy assistant attorney general in the Bush administration, now a law professor at the University of California.
“I don’t think that I’ve ever given the advice that the president could bury somebody alive,” Yoo told a judiciary subcommittee...
Originally posted by PsychoHazard
reply to post by A curious cat
I find it to be rather sad that the mainstream media hasn't really picked up on this. You'd think they'd be all over it. Whatever happened to journalistic integrity?
Originally posted by A curious cat
Doesn't exist anymore, all drawing the same paypacket, it's only the independents that really get the stuff out there. There are a lot of really brave journalists trying to get this stuff out and it's skimmed over or blocked. Just wrong.