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Glenn Greenwald: Journalism is not a crime, and it's not terrorism

Glenn Greenwald: Journalism is not a crime, and it's not terrorism

(21:09) Anderson Cooper interview with David Miranda and Glenn Greenwald on Miranda's detainment by British Police at Heathrow Airport.

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Guest: Foo (1549 days ago)
I never had a dog, but I have a cat. Both can shit on my carpet. What's your point?
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I never had a dog, but I have a cat. Both can shit on my carpet. What's your point?
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TheBob TheBob (1549 days ago)
Latest comment: Very zen
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Latest comment: Very zen
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Guest: UK is crap (1550 days ago)
all you fu(kers from the UK refuse to comment because your anti-terrorist laws are shit compared to America but you're always complaining about what happens in America. look at your own countries first.
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all you fu(kers from the UK refuse to comment because your anti-terrorist laws are shit compared to America but you're always complaining about what happens in America. look at your own countries first.
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Guest: (1549 days ago)
good point! on the other hand, the UK never had a Constitution similar to the US one.
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good point! on the other hand, the UK never had a Constitution similar to the US one.
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TheBob TheBob (1549 days ago)
Yes, "anti-terrorist" ; legislation is heavy-handed both in the USA and UK - and all too often, the UK government feels it has to act as America's poodle. Now let's get a bit of perspective. Miranda was held for 9 hours, offered legal representation then released. It was probably a trawling exercise and must have been shitty for him. Now, compare that bit of due process to the number of detainees *still* held without trial in Guantanamo before you start your name-calling.
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Yes, "anti-terrorist" ; legislation is heavy-handed both in the USA and UK - and all too often, the UK government feels it has to act as America's poodle. Now let's get a bit of perspective. Miranda was held for 9 hours, offered legal representation then released. It was probably a trawling exercise and must have been shitty for him. Now, compare that bit of due process to the number of detainees *still* held without trial in Guantanamo before you start your name-calling.
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