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Would you betray your country in order to help capture a fugitive?


In Pakistan a doctor who collaborated with the CIA by using secret DNA testing on his own people to trace Bin Laden's blood line was found guilty of treason and sentenced to 33 years in prison. On one hand it helped to find Bin Laden but on the other hand it violated Pakistani citizen rights as well as state laws. Would you have done the same?

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point2make says

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    mintinfo 4 years ago

    The problem is, some lines should not be crossed because of the ethics involved. Unfortunately due to the psychopathic nature of some individuals the rights of all will be violated.

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    mintinfo 4 years ago

    "what you don't know wont hurt" is a term I'm familiar with since my youth. I found out a long time ago that intelligence agencies use medical info to track cultures and people all around the world. Because it came to light in this case makes no dif.

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