Monday, August 13, 2007

Why Jack Bauer Will Never Save Anybody



There is a whole heckfire load of bad stuff pointing right back at us, the country formerly known as Canuckistan, in the newly unblacked-out report on the Arar inquiry.

But something that has gone relatively unnoticed is the following:

The newly released sections (or the inquiry) indicate that neither the Syrian government nor the FBI were convinced that Mr. Arar was a significant security threat. They also suggest that the investigation of Mr. Arar was prompted by the coerced confession of Ahmad Abou el-Maati, a Kuwaiti-born Canadian who was also imprisoned and tortured in Syria.

You got that?


What is it good for?

Absolutely nothing.

Say it again!


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