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Old July 27, 2007, 11:21 AM
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If that is the way to go, then there is no way to win against evil. For what you want, both has to play by the rule of law. Unfortunately that doesn't happen so you will have the wrong doers evade and flee and it will take years to get hold of them. Gandhigiri will not help much in todays world.

I know it will become hard to decide where to draw the line once you break the law, but that is life and how we live on earth. Sometimes you will get ticket for speeding for driving at 80 mph on US highways, sometimes they will not give you ticket and at the same time the law says speed limit 65 mph, wonder how many people drives within that.

Originally Posted by Fazal
Thanks for pointing that out. And I cannot with my own ethical value (whatever it may be) can close my eyes and say its ok to do so... because its not. To me just to say people are guilty in public's eye and therefore 'torture' is ok to them is not going to fly in my logic my friend... sorry... I wish I could agree....because I have no porblem punishing a convicted corrupt..... but I cannot agree these short-cut methods .... specially witnessing these short-cut methods in USA after 9/11....sorry.

As you asked me to suggest some sort of mechanism by by which justice can be delivered without raising any question regarding transparency, human rights, let me point it out first that I am no expert in that aspect.

However I would assume if they had the paper trail of money transfered, that should be the way to go. Nailing down a currupt is not a easy way my friend, it needs dedication, patience, time and hard work to track them down with concrete evidence, there is no short cut, even if that means suspect may go away with the crime at short term. Looks like to me the current government along with their suppeortes are following towards that pitfall...which cannot bring good things in long run in my opinion. There is always a tendency in our society to go for short-cut... and that is killing us... it did in the past... looks like it may continue to do so.

If you don't have respect for law and order and justice... how you enforce law and order... breaking law and order so that you can punish corrupt... doesn't make sense to me.
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