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Old February 19th 09, 09:54 PM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
Chris H
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In message , J. Clarke
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Under what US statute do you believe that Clive Ponting could even have
been given a ticket, let alone arrested?


The ones used for Quntanamo?
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Old February 21st 09, 03:40 PM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
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On Thu, 19 Feb 2009 21:54:25 +0000, Chris H wrote:
: In message , J. Clarke
: writes
: Under what US statute do you believe that Clive Ponting could even have
: been given a ticket, let alone arrested?
:
: The ones used for Quntanamo?

You denounce the Bill of Rights, although you obviously haven't read it; and
you can't spell "Guantánamo", even it's one of the most quoted Spanish names
in the world today. Why don't you go do some research and come back when
you've finally acquired a clue?

Bob
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Old July 3rd 09, 07:48 AM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
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"Chris H" wrote in message
...
In message , J. Clarke
writes
Under what US statute do you believe that Clive Ponting could even have
been given a ticket, let alone arrested?


The ones used for Quntanamo?


If it might help to get things back on topic (but doubt it will)...

There was no "US Statute" used "for Guantánamo" -- I'm making the reasonable
assumption that you mean the laws by which the US State illegally imprisoned
human beings without trial, the abiulity to confront their accusers,
reasonable rules of evidence, and a myriad of other legal rights they claim
to be defending when they invaded Iraq. I say "illegally" because they did
so in defiance of their own Cnstitution, Bill of Rights, the Geneva
Convention on the treatment of prisoners of war, and Intenrational Law.

The US Constitution and Bill of Rights is alive and well as long as you're
middle American, white, and don't look liek a 'raghead' -- and not a 14-year
old Canadian Muslim boy in the wrong place at the wrong time!


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Old July 3rd 09, 06:18 PM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
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"Please Ask" wrote in message
...

The US Constitution and Bill of Rights is alive and well as long as you're
middle American, white, and don't look liek a 'raghead' -- and not a
14-year old Canadian Muslim boy in the wrong place at the wrong time!

BULL****!!

Omar Ahmed Khadr, son of Ahmed Said Khadr had close ties to a number of
militant and Mujahideen leaders, including Osama bin Laden, which saw him
accused of being a "senior associate" and financier of al-Qaeda.

The same Omar Ahmed Khadr who tossed a hand grenade at US Soldiers? The same
Omar Ahmed Khadr who's Mother Elsamnah believed that raising her children in
Canada would cause them to be homosexual drug addicts.





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Old July 4th 09, 07:37 PM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
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Not Given wrote:

"Please Ask" wrote in message
...

The US Constitution and Bill of Rights is alive and well as long as you're
middle American, white, and don't look liek a 'raghead' -- and not a
14-year old Canadian Muslim boy in the wrong place at the wrong time!

BULL****!!

Omar Ahmed Khadr, son of Ahmed Said Khadr had close ties to a number of
militant and Mujahideen leaders, including Osama bin Laden, which saw him
accused of being a "senior associate" and financier of al-Qaeda.


Guilty until proven innocent.

--
Ray Fischer


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Old July 8th 09, 09:30 AM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
Chris H
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In message , Ray Fischer
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Not Given wrote:

"Please Ask" wrote in message
...

The US Constitution and Bill of Rights is alive and well as long as you're
middle American, white, and don't look liek a 'raghead' -- and not a
14-year old Canadian Muslim boy in the wrong place at the wrong time!

BULL****!!

Omar Ahmed Khadr, son of Ahmed Said Khadr had close ties to a number of
militant and Mujahideen leaders, including Osama bin Laden, which saw him
accused of being a "senior associate" and financier of al-Qaeda.


Guilty until proven innocent.


That is the American Way.....

Now, about Michael Jackson .... :-)
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Old July 8th 09, 03:05 PM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
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Chris H wrote:
In message , Ray Fischer
writes
Not Given wrote:
"Please Ask" wrote in message
...
The US Constitution and Bill of Rights is alive and well as long as you're
middle American, white, and don't look liek a 'raghead' -- and not a
14-year old Canadian Muslim boy in the wrong place at the wrong time!

BULL****!!

Omar Ahmed Khadr, son of Ahmed Said Khadr had close ties to a number of
militant and Mujahideen leaders, including Osama bin Laden, which saw him
accused of being a "senior associate" and financier of al-Qaeda.

Guilty until proven innocent.


That is the American Way.....


Wow, Chris still on with his Yankee bashing.

What up wid dat, mate??

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John McWilliams
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Old July 8th 09, 03:11 PM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
Chris H
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In message , John McWilliams
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Chris H wrote:
In message , Ray Fischer
writes
Not Given wrote:
"Please Ask" wrote in message
...
The US Constitution and Bill of Rights is alive and well as long as you're
middle American, white, and don't look liek a 'raghead' -- and not a
14-year old Canadian Muslim boy in the wrong place at the wrong time!

BULL****!!

Omar Ahmed Khadr, son of Ahmed Said Khadr had close ties to a number of
militant and Mujahideen leaders, including Osama bin Laden, which saw him
accused of being a "senior associate" and financier of al-Qaeda.
Guilty until proven innocent.

That is the American Way.....


Wow, Chris still on with his Yankee bashing.


Well they have not found any of the 400+ in Guntanamo or the 100's in
Bagram or the 100's in AbuGrab guilty of anything other than being
tortured.......

The US forces have murdered thousands of "suspected terrorists" (read
Civilians) without even bothering to question them let alone arrest and
charge. (The concept of a fair trial does not even enter in to it.)


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Old July 8th 09, 10:42 PM posted to rec.photo.digital.slr-systems,rec.photo.digital
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On Wed, 8 Jul 2009 15:11:55 +0100, Chris H wrote:

Wow, Chris still on with his Yankee bashing.


Well they have not found any of the 400+ in Guntanamo or the 100's in
Bagram or the 100's in AbuGrab guilty of anything other than being
tortured.......

The US forces have murdered thousands of "suspected terrorists" (read
Civilians) without even bothering to question them let alone arrest and
charge. (The concept of a fair trial does not even enter in to it.)


You could keep in mind, Chris, that this is a newsgroup that is
supposedly for people interested in photography. The Americans in
this group are not involved with our government's policies, and many
do not agree with the administration's actions. It's not a
particularly appropriate place to continually - as you do - take
pot-shots at actions and policies that really don't have anything to
do with the newsgroup or the participants.

I'm not saying you shouldn't; you are free to write about anything you
choose to. If you don't mind being categorized a jerk, then - by all
means - continue.
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Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida
 




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