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den4
25-03-05, 23:13
Mau Mau report (9:30)
A new book is stirring up controversy in Kenya -- where the author says British colonial authorities set up detention camps in the 1950's. And they were FAR from the rehabilitation centers the British claimed them to be. The World's Jeb Sharp reports.
*LANGUAGE ADVISORY: This report contains graphic description of prisoner abuse.

http://www.theworld.org/content/03246.wma

Assuming all of the alleged activity in this report is truec
this is really messed up.....

Frank D. White
26-03-05, 00:21
It tells me with high speed broadband(RoadRunner) that it will take 37 minutes to download? Someone with a slow speed phone hook-up might not want to start this one?

Frank

:? :okashii:

lexico
26-03-05, 00:27
It tells me with high speed broadband(RoadRunner) that it will take 37 minutes to download? Someone with a slow speed phone hook-up might not want to start this one?That is purely evil ! But wasn't that the whole point den4 wanted to get across ? :bikkuri: :evil: :bikkuri:

Shooter452
26-03-05, 00:46
Although it was a work of fiction, the author Robert Ruark wove an ugly and graphic description of the treatment that was given to Mau-Mau gangsters unlucky enough to be "taken into custody." Denied by the Colonial government as well as HM ministers back in London, Ruark's descriptions were acknowledged by many on both sides of the "troubles" of the time as being accurate enough, and perhaps bland compared to reality.

The truth is not only out there, somewhere, it isn't even hidden. The book is Something of Value, ISBN: 089966816X. You will find it in most public libraries.

Shooter452
26-03-05, 00:49
It tells me with high speed broadband(RoadRunner) that it will take 37 minutes to download? Someone with a slow speed phone hook-up might not want to start this one?

Frank

:? :okashii:

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