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Head Of Sis Denies Complicity In Torture!

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Head of Britain's SIS, Sir John Scarlet has issued a public statement denying Britain and particularly SIS (Secret Intelligence Service, often erroneously called MI6) have been complict in torturing terror suspects.

http://uk.reuters.com/article/idUKTRE57812E20090810

Oh: that's alright then.

Excepting, of course that the same Sir Jack, when Chairman of the JIC (Joint Intelligence Committee) was involved with Alistair Campbell in Sexing Up the WMD file in order that the public might be scared witless so that BLiar and his criminal crony Bush could illegally invade Iraq!

So, we are really going to believe him then!

:lol:

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Head of Britain's SIS, Sir John Scarlet has issued a public statement denying Britain and particularly SIS (Secret Intelligence Service, often erroneously called MI6) have been complict in torturing terror suspects.

http://uk.reuters.com/article/idUKTRE57812E20090810

Oh: that's alright then.

Excepting, of course that the same Sir Jack, when Chairman of the JIC (Joint Intelligence Committee) was involved with Alistair Campbell in Sexing Up the WMD file in order that the public might be scared witless so that BLiar and his criminal crony Bush could illegally invade Iraq!

So, we are really going to believe him then!

:lol:

Personally having seen the toe rags who are claiming to have been tortured my attitude is I hope they were.Maybe it will encourage them to go back where they belong.And btw this is nothing to do with their race/colour just their nuttiness.

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