Brits' Policy Is Unacceptable

carl william spitzer iv cwsiv_2nd at JUNO.COM
Wed Dec 12 22:12:59 MST 2001

Pull out a few planks from a wrecked building and crucify the sob upside
down or borrow a few horses and draw and quarter the creep.


On Tue, 11 Dec 2001 08:24:32 -0700 Jim <jnantz at INFICAD.COM> writes:
>I agree with you 100%.  However the US government might agree to the
>if the Brits capture Osama.  It's a long way from Afghanistan to
>There's been a lot of bombing going on.  He might be in need of
>attention.  Now it's possible that while being taken from his cave to
>nearest airbase  via helicopter, he might jump out and fall to his
>If, however he makes it to the airbase, he might be in need of medical
>attention.  He could then be taken to people who specialize in
>emergency first aid.  If this is the case, he should be taken to a New
>York fire station.  I'm sure the firemen there would give him the care
>attention he deserves.
>> "Kenneth E. Wyman" wrote:
>> Press Release     December 11, 2001
>> Subject:  British Policy Is Totally Unacceptable
>>    The Brits have advised us that should their
>> troops capture bin Laden, they will not turn him
>> over to us if we are going to subject him to the
>> death penalty.
>>      That should be totally unacceptable to us
>> and our demand for justice for our war dead.
>>     The President should thank friend Tony Blair
>> for all his help and then tell him that unless he
>> reverses that no death policy he can, forthwith,
>> withdraw his troops from Afghanistan and leave
>> bin Laden to us.
>> Kenneth E. Wyman
>> "One must fight if only to have fought according to
>> one's conscience".

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