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“No, they are not U.S. citizens and have no claim to the same rights. However, we should accord such persons at least the rights his or her own country of citizenship gives, and in most cases should treat them as we would a prisoner of war. Some form of due process is required, and enhanced interrogation techniques should be used only in extreme and urgent situations. Outright torture should never be permitted.”

From a Democrat in Colleyville, TX
In reponse to: Should foreign terrorism suspects be given constitutional rights?

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