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How can you report an expose" and the persons who breached our national security, under the case of Gregg S. Lambert step son of Huron healthcare consulting group, who bought a Surveillance Camera and software at Best Buy that has Anthrax and software that connected to fiber optic and our main frames and directed to our Satellites that is already contaminated software that will create massive destruction if terrorist can intercepts this software that will gives risk our national security, Camera and software that manufactured at Lagos Nigeria, it was filed to FBI under case name Bondying Bugs and Greedy Digong Bugs. , I ' have all the evidence that same as a major evidence that will capture Like OBL.and this is legitimate that could lead to a dangerous of our security, software that could see the whole world even higher altitude ,even you are on inside airplane with a thousand altitude.
So enhanced interrogation techniques did has something to do with obtaining crucial information even though it is not the major piece of the evidence that finally led to the capture of OBL. So if enhanced interrogations need to be legitimate it has to be controlled. Controlling enhanced interrogation techniques is better than banning it because banning is a dangerous phenomenon and will lead to drastic actions that can lead to death.
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