Photos in transport plane of prisoners: Time for eJazeera?

Mike Rosing eresrch at
Sun Nov 10 14:56:04 PST 2002

On Sun, 10 Nov 2002, Adam Shostack wrote:

> A full police state can't prevent anything, it can just make some
> things less common.  For example, samizdat in the USSR still got
> copied and passed around.  Drug use is a problem in US prisons.  Etc.

that kind of info can be limited by simply shooting everyone who was
close enough to take pictures.  No other military personell are going to
risk taking more.

Drugs are different than info.  there's real cash transfered, so guards
can quadruple their paychecks in a week.  But maybe that's a hint on how
to keep info flowing :-)

Patience, persistence, truth,
Dr. mike

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