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(Guardian)   US prosecutors and senior officials who spearheaded war against drug cartels quit their jobs to defend Colombian cocaine traffickers, say their clients are not bad people   ( divider line
    More: Unlikely, Colombian culture, United States, drug cartels quit, cocaine traffickers, FARC, Gitmo Detainees, evils, drug cartels  
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2013-03-01 02:42:39 PM  
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2013-03-01 01:52:04 PM  
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chiett: Pro bono I'm sure.
Because they are not bad RICH people.

Sequesters cut a lot of prosecutors' jobs.
2013-03-01 11:04:06 AM  
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You're telling me people in high government positions bounce back and forth between the public sector and the enterprises they're regulating?

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Do tell.
2013-03-01 10:03:11 AM  
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$ome people are ju$t good people in their heart$. Chari$matic, kind, $weet people who are con$tantly maligned by a pre$$ that doe$n't under$tand.
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