Re: "New Accounts of Torture by U.S. Troops" (Human Rights Watch)
- From: "PL" <pl.nospam@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 11:43:37 +0200
"Barry Schier" <bschier@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> The so-called "information sources" -- which "human rights"
> oprganizations unfortunately take at face value without checking)
But then again they seem to feel that the facts are correctly reflected, no?
I guess that ample corroboration from various sources (including foreign
But then on the issue of "checking": don't you feel it is a bit hypocrite to
hide behind Castro's "embargo" on visits to Cuba by human rights
organizations and UN human rights reporters?
Maybe you should call Havana and tell them that you want them to open all
540+ prisons to human rights groups.
I am sure Amnesty International and HRW would go.
I am also sure Castro will never allow it.
> 2 meter x 1 meter cells?!!! Many, if not most, basketball players are
> more than 2 meters tall;
note: 6.56 feet
> even I, as a person always the shortest in my
> class, measure about 1 meter shoulder-to-shoulder. Next time, please
> make sure that a person can FIT into a small dimension specified in a
> lie of large dimensions. (snip)
Not all people are basketballplayers, Barry, but I am sure that Castro would
have no cualms to put even them in there.
There are called torture cells because they are that small (amongst other
have another look:
But before starting to lecture people on the metric system you should think
a little bit more.
If you measure 1 meter from "shoulder to shoulder" and are boy Barry. 3.28
A chest size of about at least then 5.5 feet - 66 inches ? You will have
to go on a diet boy!
You are more than a XXXXL (http://www.overstock.com/sizing.html)
So "fatso" you should do your math again. You only made a fool of yourself.
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