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napoleon_in_rags Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Apr-28-09 02:16 PM
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1. I hate the message it sends.
Edited on Tue Apr-28-09 02:19 PM by napoleon_in_rags
Nobody wants to be investigated, because having the FBI interview your neighbors and colleagues is actually a punitive thing, it damages you. But there is no guidelines of what you have to do to avoid investigation; obeying the law is not enough. Rather, we become aware of this other standard, this secret standard, which protects some and opens others to investigation. And we speculate about what that might be, filling in the gaps with out minds. The end result is a world where avoiding punishment from the government is a matter of some guesswork.
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