Difference between revisions of "2006-12-04 Video Is a Window Into a Terror Suspect's Isolation"

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<let name=data index=Title>Video Is a Window Into a Terror Suspect's Isolation</let>
 
<let name=data index=Title>Video Is a Window Into a Terror Suspect's Isolation</let>
<let name=data index=TextShort>Article describes the completely out-of-proportion treatment given to an American citizen on US soil, just because of an ''accusation'' that he is a [[terrorist]].</let>
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<let name=data index=TextShort>Article describes the completely out-of-proportion treatment given to [[Jose Padilla]], an American citizen on US soil, just because of an ''accusation'' that he is a [[terrorist]].</let>
 
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<p>That day, [[Jose Padilla|Mr. Padilla]], a Brooklyn-born [[Muslim]] convert whom the [[Bush-Cheney administration|Bush administration]] had accused of plotting a dirty bomb attack and had detained without charges, got to go to the dentist.</p>
 
<p>That day, [[Jose Padilla|Mr. Padilla]], a Brooklyn-born [[Muslim]] convert whom the [[Bush-Cheney administration|Bush administration]] had accused of plotting a dirty bomb attack and had detained without charges, got to go to the dentist.</p>
 
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Article describes the completely out-of-proportion treatment given to [[Jose Padilla]], an American citizen on US soil, just because of an ''accusation'' that he is a [[terrorist]].
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Article describes the completely out-of-proportion treatment given to an American citizen on US soil, just because of an ''accusation'' that he is a [[terrorist]].
  
 
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