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Monday, November 18th, 2013, 8:26 am

Richard Stallman on Assassination by Drones and Indefinite ‘Detention’

TechBytes with Stallman

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Summary: Dr. Richard Stallman, the Free Software Foundation’s founder, comments on the practice of indefinitely detaining suspects or even killing them without establishing guilt


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One Response to “Richard Stallman on Assassination by Drones and Indefinite ‘Detention’”

  1. Lakeisha Says:

    Oops, confudindo uma cara com a outra? "Só quem tem PC fraco pra relatar". Mais uma codieani&ccrdil;&attlde;o pra coleção. Usando Minefield 3.2a1pre em GNU/Linux

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