Its 11: am September 11 2012, and a video has surfaced on utube with a man claiming to have planted two dirty bombs in TWO undisclosed LOCATIONS in
Two weeks prior to this event, the news had stated that uranium and other supplies was stolen from a government facility, enough uranium to kill
every human within 2 states ,and depending on the winds, the radiation could probably reach 5 to 8 more states depending on which direction the winds
Within 45 minutes using satellite and other groovy gadgets that the government has, they find the man who made the video. Upon capturing him, they
find videos of the bomb, and have detected traces of uranium as well as other chemicals on him.
Upon interrogation he says nothing and keeps reciting the same thing in Arabic over and over again, one of the Arabic speaking translators tells you
that he keeps saying ‘he is innocent and Allah will judge him not you‘.
The vice president comes in the office and tells you that the bombs, through looking at the video are credible, and is real, plus the traces of
chemicals left on his body provide credible evidence that he has not only been in contact with uranium, but all the essential ingredients for him to
make a dirty bomb’ SIR we have a serious problem’ and guess what sir, through finger print analysis…he was born in the USA…SIR…He is a
United States born citizen !
A man comes into the oval office and tells you that he was sent by homeland security, and that he can make him talk by’ any means necessary‘, and
'as we speak sir’ his two children, his wife, and his mother are being held for questioning.
What would you do with the American born terrorist?
Sitting at the round table you have, Barack Obama, Ron Paul and a Civilian.
As a Barack Obama supporter, what should he do?
As a Ron Paul supporter what should he do?
As a civilian what would you do?
Does the Fifth Amendment fit in this event?
Does any law for an American citizen fit in this equation?
Would you make a decision to torture him…not only him, but if it comes down to it to save 40million Americans, his children, his wife and his
12PM SEPTEMBER 11,2012
You have 2 hours to make a decision, what will your decision be?
Texas Rep. and GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul has a rule-of-law view on the killing of Anwar al Awlaki, calling the killing of an American by the
U.S. Government “sad.”
Text“That’s not a good way to deal with our problems,” he said of the drone strike in Yemen that killed Awlaki.
Was it constitutional for Obama to target the U.S.-born Anwar al-Awlaki? Richard Miniter argues that not only was it legal—it was wise. For more
coverage, Stephen L. Carter also weighs in and says it might have been wrong to kill al-Awlaki, because Obama has yet to explain the goals of his
drone war to the nation.
edit on 13-10-2011 by LogiosHermes27 because: (no reason given)