http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2005-11-28-rice_x.htm?csp=1In an interview with USA TODAY, Rice neither confirmed nor disavowed the existence of secret CIA prisons abroad that The Washington Post reported this month. She said the Bush administration's policy of making arrests before crimes are committed benefits other nations as well as the United States."We have never fought a war like this before where ... you can't allow somebody to commit the crime before you detain them," she said. "Because if they commit the crime, thousands of innocent people die." [emphasis added]Uh, I really don't know where to begin. I'll just ask one question: Does this admiinsitration really believe that fear-mongering in order to overthrow one of the most fundamental tenets of the American justice system is a good idea?Apparently the answer is: yes.-synchronicity
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