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The detentions from the beginning have been veiled in secrecy This decision will help to lift that veil so at least we can put names to prisoners faces and the families will know if their loved ones have been arrested - Curt Goering Although this may sound like some fascist 1984 Orwellian disappearing of people against the government it is actually your milk man Ever since the events of September 11th government officials have taken away many suspected terrorists to undisclosed locations This includes your electrician plumber professor and city counsel member The Bush Administration is in wrong doing by not granting constitutional rights to the 1200 foreign nationals held in secretive detainment especially issuing no warrants during their arrest These rights are set forth to all people on American soil as is the moral and law abiding thing to do Granting these people their rights is morally justified These material witnesses are nothing more than your next door neighbor John Snackle who works at the supermarket and not part of a hidden terrorism cell John Sanckle is your everyday law following citizen however he broke the unwritten law of being a foreign national someone born in another country By breaking this law John was detained by an undercover FBI agent on his way home from work and flown off to a maximum security prison In essence the government is running a gross racial profiling of all unofficial United States citizens of any decent from the Axis of Evil and shipping them off to a secretive location It is in no way humanitarian to barge into someones life without a warrant and disappear them The Washington Post reported September 14th that after countless investigations of thousands of suspects a trio of men were the first since the terror attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon to be accused of operating a terrorist cell in the United States The government is either still
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