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Mueller's FBI trained Egypt's state security 'torturers'

Discussion in 'Security & Defenses' started by Horhey, May 18, 2017.

  1. ArmySoldier

    ArmySoldier Well-Known Member

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    I'm not disagreeing with you
     
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    ArmySoldier Well-Known Member

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    Haha no, you did not. Because you have no idea what you're talking about, that's my point. The CIA and FBI have two different missions. FBI INVESTIGATES, while CIA GATHERS INTELLIGENCE. Sometimes the two coincide, but they both have their own international missions in a hundred or more countries.
     
  3. Margot2

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    Why don't you read up on what the FBI can and cannot do in foreign countries?
     
  4. Horhey

    Horhey Well-Known Member

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    haha. Oh I get it. Someone I blocked is commenting. I can't see it in your reply. I was confused.
     
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    ArmySoldier Well-Known Member

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    Well they CAN investigate on foreign countries, they CAN track criminals in foreign countries.

    Once again, who investigates every embassy bombing?

    https://lawstreetmedia.com/issues/world/fbi-going-global/

    Here's a link that explains all of what the FBI does abroad.

    Glad I could help clear up your confusion.
     
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    Wikileaks and Assange are hostile intelligence. I've never been a fan.
     
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    ArmySoldier Well-Known Member

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    That's an interesting response.
     
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    jack4freedom Well-Known Member

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    Your points are well taken , especially regarding Kissinger, but why doesn't Trump just go on with his bussiness and ignore them. Trump ran as a populist who was going to start "draining the swamp" in DC. He then appointed a bunch of bank swindlers, oil barons, environmental destroyers and foreign agents to surround himself with. Any scrutiny he and his band of hucksters are forced to operate under is a positive thing in my book.
     
  9. Horhey

    Horhey Well-Known Member

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    I agree but what much of the left fails to understand is that Trump is a symptom of corruption and not the cause. They think the solution is to get rid of Trump rather than working to reform the system itself. That is why nothing ever changes. Partisanship.
     
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    Actually I'm 64. Perhaps you can respond intelligently as to why you equate teaching FBI interrogation techniques with torture?

    If not, I'll assume it is you who is the teenager.
     
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    They are knowingly training a dictatorships henchmen. In this case a US client regime.
     
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    In FBI INTERROGATION TECHNIQUES not FRIGGIN TORTURE.

    (I put that in larger type in the vain hope the distinction might sink in).
     
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    You know the half baked conspiracy types.
     
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    How do you know? In the 1980s the FBI supplied surveillance on Salvadoran political refugees to the Salvadoran National Guard Section 2 (Intelligence) and had them deported back to the CIA and US military-run slauterhouse in Central America. Death Squads even entered the US and abducted, tortured, and raped refugees associated with El Salvador's opposition labor movement. I'm on a cell phone. Look it up. Break ins, death threats, and the FBI, Ross Gelbspan.
     
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    How do I know that the FBI doesn't torture nor teach torture as an interrogation technique? hmmmmmm that's a real poser.
    I guess all of their torture victims were either too tortured to talk or were disappeared.

    El Salvador in the 80's eh? Might want to actually review the facts in that whole "contra" thing going on down there and as for "political refugeess being deported", that is utter nonsense. Refugees don't get deported, its actually a law.
     
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    I told you I'm on my cell phone so I can't copy and paste anything but I will show you when I get back to my PC. I have already posted it all at this forum any hundreds of members here have seen it, including the mods. See the history section for my thread. 94% of Salvadoran refugees were deported in violation of international law and US human rights law and scores are known to have "disappeared" upon their return. The CIA and the FBI alerted Salvador's security forces of their arrivals. I will display everything for you when I can copy and paste again. Until then, see Ross Gelbspan.
     
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    See Posts #20 and #13
     
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