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War Crimes

by DuWayne Charles

JULY 15, 2002. While John Negroponte, the Bush administration's proconsul to the world, emerged from a U.N. Security Meeting last week shaking with rage because the U.S. didn't get the exemption in perpetuity from prosecution by the International Criminal Court, but a mere one-year, highly renewable exemption, his colleagues at Justice continued to disembowel the U.S. Constitution.

The carving knife this time is TIPS, the Terrorism Information and Prevention System soon to be launched in the nation's 10 largest cities. TIPS plans to enlist one in 24 citizens as domestic spies, shattering the record even of the former East Germany, leaving Americans, whether law-abiding or genocidal, more free abroad than at home.

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