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A US judge on Friday ordered Viktor Bout, a convicted Russian arms trafficker characterized by prison authorities as highly dangerous, to be let out of solitary confinement for the first time in 15 months.
“It’s all sort of lost in his mind, which is a typical trauma response, a pretty extreme though not unheard of trauma response.”
A former career intelligence officer and longtime critic of America’s overseas debacles compares Bradley Manning to America’s greatest patriots.
Obama’s proclamation also contained another embarrassing contradiction: it declared the week of December 10th as Human Rights Week, the same week Congress debated and is set to pass the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a controversial piece of legislation that would give the president the power to indefinitely imprison without charge or trial or a court hearing anyone suspected of terrorist activity in the US.