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June 27, 2011

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Sarah

Really, Karim??? Hang him? What land do you live in? First Amendment privileges of the USA are why many Islamic, Muslim and other repressed people come to this wonderful country. Many journalists and authors might obtain their information through questionable means - but, in this case, the father should not be held responsible for the actions of his son unless it can be shown that the father ordered the documents to be taken without permission. If there is no evidence that the father was part of the son's actions in acquiring the documents, the father is free to write whatever he wants.

Karim

I hope they hang him out to dry.

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