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Sep 22 2015
112

One of the original colonizers who settled at Las Salinas, Dominican Republic had the condition, and the remoteness of the village means a lot of endogamy, and over the years the gene was became widespread in the community.

Sep 22 2015
40

Especially when they apparently have only a rudimentary understanding of the language themselves. “are” “offical”

Sep 22 2015
26

But she won’t be on trial for being in the Nazi party. She will be on trial for genocide, the first element of which is that it is a crime of intent. So I imagine the State has very clear evidence that she knowingly worked as a telegraphs officer for the purpose of “destroying in whole or in part” the Jewish Read more

Sep 22 2015
13

Of course, we can all only feel the way WE feel. MY feeling is that the big wheels are turned by little cogs. It is worth a trial- a fair one, in which she might be acquitted- to sort out how much her work contributed to the larger atrocity.

Sep 22 2015
10

But how would we know for a fact what someone did witthout a trial? If the DA is thinking of prosecuting it's because they feel something criminal was done and think a jury might agree. Who are we to assume that second hand participation doesn't warrant punishment. Often a trial isn't about the direct victims as it is Read more

Sep 22 2015
34

I don’t know what Karyn is going on about. My family is Jewish - though not religious - and I’ve lived with Jews my whole life. I don’t know anyone who is that concerned about “opening wounds that should be left to heal,” that “wants to move toward healing” or that thinks “we must learn to let go of the anger.” It’s Read more

Sep 22 2015
30

What’s being suggested is a trial not an execution. I’m for letting a jury decide who knew and did what and what it deserves.

Sep 22 2015
281

I like to point out the recent massacres of Muslims committed by Buddhists in Burma as a way to blow “lol religion of peace” morons’ minds.

Sep 22 2015
417

Yeah, but a LOT of people think of Buddhism as an enlightened exception. This is a reminder that it really isn’t.