...But of these sophisms and elenchs of merchandise I skill not...
Milton, Areopagitica

Except he had found the
standing sea-rock that even this last
Temptation breaks on; quieter than death but lovelier; peace
that quiets the desire even of praising it.

Jeffers, Meditation On Saviors



a caliphate with quiche

while you were out:

...doctors that saw fewer patients, younger patients and richer patients (and those that fudged the stats) got paid better. Doctors that saw more patients, older patients, and poorer patients were penalized. Superficial ratings of patient care based on poor control of patient populations will always provide inaccurate information about the real quality of care from your doctor or hospital. Publishing ratings based on these poor controls will give hospitals more incentive to refer or turf patients that are difficult, old, poor, or very sick onto other institutions. This is not good for patient care.
Mark Hoofnagle/denialism 27.Jun.07
via NewsTrust

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the humble toad in Greek lagoons

My expanding journalistic integrity Space:

zzMr. Murdoch cooperates closely with China’s censors and state broadcasters, several people who worked for him in China say. He cultivates political ties that he hopes will insulate his business ventures from regulatory interference, these people say.
xzIn speeches and interviews, Mr. Murdoch often supports the policies of Chinese leaders and attacks their critics. A group of China-based reporters for The Journal accused him in a letter to Dow Jones shareholders of “sacrificing journalistic integrity to satisfy personal and political aims,” a charge the News Corporation denies.
xxHis courtship has made him the Chinese leadership’s favorite foreign media baron.
NYTimes - 26.Jun.07


music and freedom and dogs:

A police spokesman said: "Police have been conducting a two-day operation at Paddington station targeting low-level disorder as a large number of people travel through the station to Glastonbury festival.
"The operation started yesterday and involved 40 offices and two drugs dogs. So far, British transport police officers have arrested 34 people, most of them on drug-related offences. Four of the arrests were for possession with intent to supply."
A team of officers today stationed themselves at the exit to the Hammersmith and City tube line at Paddington station.
Anyone whose luggage sparked interest from the dogs was asked to stop while their belongings were searched.
GuardianUK 21.Jun.07

People who have had more than five oral-sex partners in their lifetime are 250% more likely to have throat cancer than those who do not have oral sex, a new study suggests.
The researchers believe this is because oral sex may transmit human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus implicated in the majority of cervical cancers. > The Music Slut


This isn't about the truth, it's about deception. It isn't about the path it's about being tricked out of the path and toward someone else's goal. For there to be deception there has to be truth, or something more true than the deceit performed, and to be misled it's necessary for it to be possible to be led, somewhere. I'm not talking about that, not representing truth, not pointing the way.
The first trick is in the Jesus narrative, and it's entirely invisible. The story of Jesus is 33 years long but there's a hole in the middle of it that lasts for 18 years. From 12 to 30 Jesus disappears from the books of the Bible's New Testament. There is no explanation for this, not even a mention of it.
12 is the general threshold of puberty, sexuality beginning its changes in the young body and mind. It's a time when children begin to look outside the home for guidance and example. Jesus, in Christian homes and schools, is held up as almost beyond example, but the story of his life is placed before children as central to their own lives.
This seems odd in a culture and a cultural institution that makes sex more important than anything else, including life. Think not? The average television-watching kid will see on TV and at the movies X number of deaths most all of them bloody and violent, before reaching the age of 12. Yet the image of an erect penis placed in a movie or television show, let alone the full act of sex itself, with the even more taboo vagina, and the impossibly taboo entering of that vagina by that erect penis, an act from which these children emerged into their own family's biological reality, would be a criminal act more scandalous and and punishable than the poisoning of hundreds of children in some chemical accident caused by negligence and greed.
It's not debatable that this culture cares more about sex than death, cares in a nasty and hatefully vicious way - people still get nauseated by a woman breast-feeding her baby in a public place, especially a place like a restaurant. They're sickened because they were trained to be, conditioned before they could think clearly to hate and fear their own sexual natures, or accept them as they're shaped by the unseen hands of the deliverers of mediated sexuality. That this makes them easily manipulable, susceptible to the artificial sexuality of advertisements and media imagery, is beyond most victims' comprehension. It's just how things are, that's all.
So in a culture that values sex more than death, the death of its most central figure is celebrated and sex is completely absence from his narrative. Not only is sex absent, but the years of his sexual maturity and peak are missing, along with whatever else happened to and around him during those years.
There is no explanation given.
It's a trick. A means of manipulation that's wonderfully effective. Some aspects of that effectiveness have been explored here before. What I wanted to do was get this down while there was time.
Who's done this?
Who benefits?
Who benefits from the grafting of the Jesus story onto the history of the Jewish people as children of God, and central to the will of God in the world, in the Old Testament? Christians are made to feel they're the ones being addressed by the covenants and promises of the Old Testament, the speech of God to his people, yet the book is very clear that this is about the Jews and no one else, and it's only through intellectual contortions and lacunae-filled gymnastics that that can be transformed into a message for gentile believers.
Jesus, in the book as we receive it, was executed for defiantly teaching away from the book itself, toward something he continuously points to as higher and simpler truth, more vital than dogma and rule, changing the established codes, driving the corrupt and corrupting out of the temple, etc.
His execution, for blasphemy and rabble-rousing and subversion, is then transformed into an act of redemption, purposeful, inevitable and right, so that it is no longer a loss, a martyrdom, but a gain, the failure becoming a triumph. But the triumph leads right back to the book.
Yet there's nothing in the gospels that has Jesus himself grafting his teaching or what will become his narrative onto the self-worshiping testaments of the Jewish book. More in common with Isaiah, and Jeremiah and Zachariah, with their fiery condemnations than the bizarre legalisms and military celebrations of much of the rest of it, he speaks, in the little we have of his voice, toward something undefined and outside the received, and against the political and cultural reality of his time. And he's killed for it.
The unspoken, or mostly unspoken idea about the New Testament stuck onto the Old until they merge together is God wanted it that way, but it doesn't say so anywhere specifically in the book, and what little history I've stumbled on outside the archives gives a picture of a hunted people, hunted by Jew and Roman alike for the first decades after the death of their leader, with no literacy at all, and the assumption there would be an oral remembering, stories told and heard and told again. The idea of those stories including the begat begat begat begat triumphalism of Deuteronomy is absurd. The idea of Christian love and humility including the stoning of adulteresses side by side with the story of "cast the first stone" is illogical and absurd. Yet the Bible as Christians now carry it is mostly the Old Testament, pound for pound.
So somewhere in the centuries between the death of Christ and the Council of Nicea the narrative was codified and essentially set in stone and became what we have now, after much translation and re-translation and argument over inclusion and exclusion, as the Bible.
The magic version says only the will of God is represented here, that this is how the Supreme Being wanted the story told, but knowledge of other aspects of purported divinely-driven and obviously flawed codifications says it's a human thing. Done for human motive, which is always about biology, about survival and genetics and the long-term pay-off.
This isn't an answer or even an attempt to answer those questions, it's about the fact of the trick itself, the tricks themselves, which is so taboo it's blasphemy just to mention. Just as it was once blasphemy to question the right of adults to smoke tobacco everywhere they went. Just as we see now the beginnings of acceptance of what was once the blasphemy against the automobile, that the gases and poisons of its presence in our lives is not a good thing, but a bad thing, benefiting some of us in the short term, but harming most of us in the long run, and changing what we are, as an animal, a species of animal on earth. Something like but more than the sheep and goats and wolves and swine and other creatures we use to map our selves against the bright light of the larger world



When asked how long it will take for the world's population to double, nearly half of all Americans say 20 years or less. This is hardly surprising, given the sensations of overcrowding all of us feel in our day-to-day lives and the persistent reports we hear of teeming Third World megacities. Yet looking beneath the surface of events, we can see that world population growth has already slowed dramatically over the last generation and is headed on a course for absolute decline.
Today, when Americans think of Mexico, for example, they think of televised images of desperate, unemployed youths swimming the Rio Grande or slipping through border fences. However, because Mexican fertility rates have
dropped so dramatically, by mid-century Mexico [and most of Latin America] will be a less youthful country than the United States."
Phillip Longman/delanceyplace


Body of War
No More

Investigators Shatter Global Child Sex Abuse Ring
Study: Fewer Kids Need Insurance Program
The Urban Institute estimated that about 4.9 million children under the age of 19 were uninsured for the entire year. That's a much lower estimate than the one compiled by the Census Bureau, which counts more than 8 million uninsured children.


How Antonio Taguba, who investigated the Abu Ghraib scandal, became one of its casualties.
Seymour Hersh/New Yorker

Gen Taguba also said he saw a video of a male American soldier sodomising a female Iraqi detainee, which has never been seen publicly.

The independent English language Tehran-based Press TV is claiming the US Deputy SoS Negroponte ordered the bombings to help topple the Maliki government

Worked in Viet Nam, worked in Iraq - why not Venezuela?

The U.S. military is conducting maneuvers on Colombian soil aimed at an invasion of Venezuela. The plan is to train Latin soldiers as part of a United States-commanded Southern United Army. "A former U.S. Green Beret officer told me that a mercenary army was being assembled in Guyana, along the Venezuelan border," Perkins writes.
plus other even juicier possibilities

2nd quarter profits: $3.4 billion
Tax bill: $1.1 billion
%of profits: 32%
1st quarter profits: $1.1 billion
Tax bill: $14 million
%of profits: 1.3%
Mark Lacter/LA Biz Observed ( data courtesy of the NYT)


Dire humanitarian consequences predicted:

"The intra-Palestinian violence gripping Gaza cannot be understood independently of four decades of Israeli military occupation and the Israeli and United States-led international boycott of the Palestinian government since January 2006.
"Subscribing to the Israeli agenda, the US and the European Union heightened the crisis whilst foregoing an opportunity to engage constructively with political Islam. That too will have wider repercussions."
Nigel Parsons/ScoopNZ 16.Jun.07

my country, tis of thee:

US President George W. Bush’s approval rating plunged to a new low of 29 percent in the Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, the Journal reported Thursday.
...the poll was not all good news for Democrats: at just 23 percent, the approval rating for the Democrat-led Congress is lower than Bush’s.
AFP/commondreams 14.Jun.07


In terms of total broadband users, the US leads the pack with more than 60 million subscribers. But second-placed China is fast closing the gap. From 41 million users a year ago, China now has more than 56 million and looks set to overtake the US as the world’s largest broadband market this year.
Richard Wray/GuardianUK/commondreams 14.Jun.07


Lieberman to Meet
Lieberman urges

The Japanese media, quoting data from Europe, say recent annual catches have been less than 200 tons. Some estimates indicate that stocks have fallen to about 1% of those available in the 1970s.

Catches in Japan, despite its eel-eating tradition, constitute only about 20% of domestic consumption. Catches of young eels in Japanese waters have plunged to around 20 tons to 30 tons - about one-tenth the figure in the 1970s, mostly due to coastal destruction.
Suvendrini Kakuchi/AsiaTimes 13.Jun.07

Bethlehem Bloggers has been offline since 29.Mar.07

Watch for Dana Milbank's grudging admiration of Hillary Clinton any second

Dana Milbank cuts Bush with the dull knife of his critical intellect


didn't it rain:

The storms that unleashed torrential rain on the Hunter Valley, the Central Coast and Sydney might have done billions of dollars worth of damage and may turn out to be the state's worst natural disaster, but their value to the Sydney catchment was negligible.

Dam levels are unlikely to rise significantly, despite up to 200 millimetres of rain falling on parts of Sydney and the Central Coast since Thursday. In a familiar refrain, the Sydney Catchment Authority said too little of it had fallen over the catchment area.
SMH 11.Jun.07
via barista


without time your watch means nothing:

At first sight it therefore looks sound to introduce biological ID as an episode in the history of science. But this would not resolve the culture wars. For Paley is wrong and Darwin right; there is a natural, selectionist explanation in principle for eyes and wings and brains, and accumulated evidence for such a process in each case as well. There is no other honest way of telling the story. Even if the teacher pretended neutrality, Darwin must win. So what you would be doing is exposing students to a refuted argument for the existence of God. You would risk transforming every biology classroom in the Bible Belt into a Kulturkampf free-fire zone; and since truth will out, the end result must be the defeat of biblical fundamentalism. Many of us would welcome this result, but the process would be wrenching, and possibly even physically violent.
James Wimberley/The Reality-Based Community 06.Jun.0
via the percipient and incipiently peripatetic T. Matrullo
The whole school system is a "science classroom" but we're not supposed to acknowledge or recognize that because it skews the experiments and the programs resulting therefrom.
So teaching religion can only be done in college, as a kind of biology of various nonsenses, with political stuff to make it significant. Religion matters because it has effects in the political world, would be that.
Otherwise you could spend some time bringing kids up through the stages of knowing we've experienced as a collective, without shitting on everything that came before as inferior weak and nonsensical.
The idea of children learning in age-ranked pods of gradient-driven artificial competitions is not derived from science, it is science, it's a scientifically proposed and initiated solution to the problem of non-consensus learning, it's not organic in the polarized non-scientific use of the term.
Because make no mistake children who never go to school, never learn to read, never get taught things by people whose sole occupation it is to teach children, those kids learn stuff, their heads get filled with ideas about the world and how things work, not in the detailed and documented way of the educated, closer to the chimpanzee in many respects, but there's a world in those unschooled heads that's a lot like the world in your head.
You say oh but most of it is nonsense, and I say yes. Oh yes indeed.
But that's not the point. The point's the proprietary inoculation of a believed-in worldview that tends to create that world when critical mass among the believers is achieved.
Goals, it's about goals. The best goals are inarticulable and cannot withstand rigorous scientific investigation for that reason, that they can't be put forth clearly and distinctly; the least, the most dangerous, are catchphrase-ready and easily put forth in simple declarative sentences. The anti-anti-Darwinians don't have a flag particularly, they're a loose agglomeration of concerned smart people who see things drifting away from the dreams they were sold as young and up-and-coming heirs to the future. Who sold them those dreams? Ah, we're not supposed to talk about that.
Some of what this is is the best anyone could do, the stench and filth of mass urban poverty, children working ten hour days six days a week in disease-producing work environments, out of that and into the classroom. Out of that factory uber alles world and into...well into this one precisely.
That early days educational reform was earthly salvation of a benign and benevolent form most truly yes. But the unspoken faith that placing all kids of a certain age together and throwing proven fact-assimilation tools techniques and strategies at them will maximize anything let alone their individual potential as human beings is void. That's not what it's about.
So what are these "classrooms" in which the teaching of alternative explanations for the state of our present existences is proposed and criticized?
Who created them?
Why are they there?
Maybe we could start with that. And recognize that whatever we're doing it came out of the superstitious past, the believer's world - and can we see, now, how like the disdain of modern man for the chimpanzee our arrogance has become?
Those goofy monkeys and their cartoon behavior. Your grandmother believed things about the world you know to be wrong. Cast her away.


Forty years ago Friday, as Israel undertook a fierce battle for its survival, the Israeli Air Force bombed a U.S. spy ship off the coast of Egypt. Thirty-four American servicemen died in the attack.

Although Israel insisted it mistook the ship for an Egyptian vessel, some of the USS Liberty's crewmembers still insist the attack was intentional and that subsequent investigations were a cover-up.
Conspiracy Theories Persist 08.Jun.07


I think I've seen that somewhere before:

According to Stasch, "They even set up a political action committee ... that would actually go to various cities and states, and even to the federal level, in an attempt to get gang-friendly legislation enacted."
Now, with the unintended help of the U.S. Army, the gang is extending its reach worldwide. According to a Chicago Sun-Times article last year, Gangster Disciple graffiti has been spotted all over Iraq. The gang's initials and main symbol, the six-pointed star, have been tagged on concrete blast barriers, armored vehicles, and even remote firebase guard shacks.
/Radar May.07

words like apartheid:

The CIA ran secret jails in Poland and Romania...a European investigator said Friday.
The CIA called the report "distorted," but stopped short of denying the existence of prisons in the two countries
CIA spokesman Paul Gimigliano did not address whether there were secret detention centers, but he disputed the report's characterization of the agency's activities.
"When you see words like apartheid and torture in the document, that tells you it's biased and distorted," he said. "The CIA's counterterror operations have been lawful, effective, closely reviewed and of benefit to many people — including Europeans — in disrupting plots and saving lives. Our counterterror partnerships in Europe are very strong."
- Ganley/AP/Yahoo 08.Jun.07


Chava Lerman, a middle-aged mother who is active in Machsom (checkpoint) Watch, an organization of women who go out to West Bank checkpoints to witness and record the treatment of Palestinians by Israeli soldiers.


Zoellick at informant38

Teatime in Rostock vide minute 1:00

hooray for our side:

It was also a clear indication that the anti-G-8 crowd are outstanding strategists. Fully 16,000 police are on hand for the event and the roads near Heiligendamm on Wednesday were crawling with bright green police vans speeding in every direction. Police helicopters likewise buzzed overhead. Nevertheless, the long-prepared policing plan proved to be deeply flawed. Groups of demonstrators -- some numbering just a few dozen, others as strong as 2,000 and more -- appeared almost out of nowhere to block important roads and thoroughfares in the area.
Spiegel Int 06.06.07


Simeon and Levi are brethren;
instruments of cruelty are in their habitations.
O my soul, come not thou into their secret;
unto their assembly, mine honor, be not thou united:
for in their anger they slew a man,
and in their self-will they digged down a wall.
Cursed be their anger, for it was fierce;
and their wrath, for it was cruel

An unusual event is happening over the next 48 hours, as the first tropical cyclone with hurricane-force winds, and major hurricane-force winds at that, is approaching the Gulf of Oman, to strike the eastern coast of Oman, curve northward, and make landfall on the coast of Iran. In the tropical cyclone best tracks and the modern era of weather satellites, there is no record of such an occurrence
Margie Kieper/Wunderblog

The mighty God, even the LORD,
hath spoken, and called the earth
from the rising of the sun unto the going down thereof.
Out of Zion, the perfection of beauty,
God hath shined.
Our God shall come, and shall not keep silence:
a fire shall devour before him,
and it shall be very tempestuous round about him.
He shall call to the heavens from above,
and to the earth, that he may judge his people.
Gather my saints together unto me;
those that have made a covenant with me by sacrifice.
And the heavens shall declare his righteousness:
for God is judge himself.
Open thy doors, O Lebanon, that the fire may devour thy cedars.
Howl, fir tree; for the cedar is fallen; because the mighty are spoiled: howl, O ye oaks of Bashan; for the forest of the vintage is come down.
There is a voice of the howling of the shepherds; for their glory is spoiled: a voice of the roaring of young lions; for the pride of Jordan is spoiled.
Thus saith the LORD my God; Feed the flock of the slaughter;
whose possessors slay them, and hold themselves not guilty: and they that sell them say, Blessed be the LORD; for I am rich: and their own shepherds pity them not.

in perfect alignment:

But maps don’t convey the disaster that befell the Palestinian Arabs in 1948. The war also allowed the Zionist movement to resolve its “demographic concerns,” as some 700,000 Palestinian Arabs found themselves driven from their homes and land — many driven out at gunpoint, the majority fleeing in fear of further massacres such as the one carried out by the Irgun at Dir Yassein, and all of them subject to the same ethnic-cleansing founding legislation passed by the new Israeli Knesset that seized the property of any Arab absent from his property on May 8, 1948, and forbad the refugees from returning.

The revised partition effected by the war left hundreds of thousands of Palestinians destitute in refugee camps in neighboring Arab countries, a drama that continues to play out today in northern Lebanon.

How the 1967 War Doomed Israel
Tony Karon
via Mondoweiss


...infant mortality, which is 36 per cent higher than in Britain.
A recent survey by the management consulting company McKinsey estimated the excess bureaucratic costs of managing private insurance policies - scouting for business, processing claims, and hiring “denial management specialists” to tell people why their ailment is not covered by their policy - at about $98bn a year. That, on its own, is significantly more than the $77bn McKinsey calculates it would cost to cover every uninsured American. If the government negotiated bulk purchasing rates for drugs, rather than allowing the pharmaceutical companies to set their own extortionate rates, that would save another $66bn.
Gumbel/Ind.UK/commondreams 04.Jun.07
That's US infant mortality.
The McKinsey figures added together mean that nationalized health insurance, without the parasitic feed of bureaucracies on the make, and cutting out the middle-man prices on drugs, could cover every uninsured American twice.
But then they wouldn't die as often, so there'd be that many more people taking up space and using resources. Which is probably close to at least some of the rationale behind all this cruel neglect.


if we all knew about Xenu....

The societal implications are profound:

When every wild thing your Dad predicted has already come true, what do you do for a challenge?
If you're Zack Lynch, you look for the next technology poised to take off like a rocket.
Lynch, 35, is betting that brain scientists will unleash the next waves of world-transforming discoveries. Since 2001, he has founded a flock of enterprises to track and accelerate the field of neurotechnology, which develops drugs and tools that influence the brain and nervous system. His ventures include conferences, neurotech investment analyses and a fledgling trade association.
Tansey/SFGate 29.May.07
The disproportionate representation of black Americans in the U.S. criminal justice system is well documented. Blacks comprise 13 percent of the national population, but 30 percent of people arrested, 41 percent of people in jail, and 49 percent of those in prison. Nine percent of all black adults are under some form of correctional supervision (in jail or prison, on probation or parole), compared to two percent of white adults. One in three black men between the ages of 20 and 29 was either in jail or prison, or on parole or probation in 1995. One in ten black men in their twenties and early thirties is in prison or jail. Thirteen percent of the black adult male population has lost the right to vote because of felony disenfranchisement laws.
African Americans represent 13 percent of the U.S. population but 44 percent of those incarcerated, Shaw said. In 2000, one of every nine young black males was imprisoned, compared with three of 200 young white men. There is a nearly three-fifths chance that a black male high school dropout born between 1965 and 1969 will have gone to prison or jail at least once before turning 35. In the United States, two-thirds of inmates are incarcerated for nonviolent crimes, mostly for dealing drugs.
The hammer of incarceration for drug offenses has by no means fallen equally across race or age categories, with young, African American men suffering unprecedented rates of incarceration for drug offenses. According to the Sentencing Project, nearly one in three (32%) black men between the ages of 20 and 29 were under criminal justice control in 1995.11 A recent report by the Building Blocks for Youth Initiative found that black youth were admitted to state public facilities for drug offenses at 48 times the rate of white youth.12

From 1986 to 1991, while the number of blacks imprisoned for violent offenses rose by about the same amount as whites (31,000 and 33,000, respectively), the number of blacks imprisoned for drug offenses increased four times as much as the increase for whites (66,000 vs. 15,000).13 This occurred at a time when survey data showed that five times as many whites were using drugs as blacks.14 The consequences of mass incarceration affect individuals and whole communities. The Sentencing Project and Human Rights Watch has reported that by 1998, 1.4 million African America men, or 13% of the black male adult population, had lost the right to vote due to their involvement in the criminal justice system.15

More recently, Human Rights Watch released a report focusing on the extent to which African Americans "have been burdened with imprisonment because of nonviolent drug offenses." The findings of the report were sobering:
  • While blacks make up about 13% of regular drug users in the US, they make up 62.7% of all drug offenders admitted to prison.
  • While there are 5 times as many white drug users as black drug users, black men are admitted to state prison for drug offenses at a rate that is 13.4 times greater than that of white men. This drives an overall black incarceration rate that is 8.2 times higher than the white incarceration rate.
  • In seven states, blacks constitute 80 to 90% of all drug offenders sent to prison. In 15 states, black men are admitted to state prison for drug charges at a rate that is 20 to 57 times the white male rate.16
Human Rights Watch concluded, "Drug control policies bear primary responsibility for the quadrupling of the national prison population since 1980 and a soaring incarceration rate, the highest among western democracies.... No functioning democracy has ever governed itself with as large a percentage of its adults incarcerated as the United States."
Poor Prescription: The Costs of Imprisoning Drug Offenders in the United States
Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice
That Lynch can do what he does and the article fawning over him be written at a moment like this is electrifying like realizing that you're looking at Marie Antoinette.


Sporadic violence erupted Saturday in this port city as radicals -- their faces hidden by hoods and bandanas -- broke from a largely peaceful globalization protest and attacked police with sticks, bottles and Molotov cocktails ahead of this week's summit of leading industrialized nations.
Authorities said 146 police officers were injured, 25 of them seriously, and 78 demonstrators were arrested or taken into temporary custody.
Police injured in Germany

dropping knowledge
G8 Photo Diary (bottom right hand corner of image is next-link)


Anarchists, peaceniks, unionists, communists, Boy Scouts and other protesters gathered under the motto: "Another world is possible."


اختفاء عبد المنعم محمود:

Among the prelimenary charges for his arrest were “associating with Human Rights organisation in an effort to soil the image of the regime” and “discrediting the authorities by accusing them of routinely using torture in local police prisons”.
via Nora Younis 01.Jun.07

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