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2006-03-19 Terror Networks
The invention that makes al-Qaeda rich
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Posted by Dan Darling 2006-03-19 00:09|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [341 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 "It's unfortunate that some people use it for illegitimate purposes."

Yes, isn't it.

The lack of concern, the "I'll keep doing it because it pisses the man off.", the "Who cares? I'm getting rich.", his whole gig has a sociopathic feel to it.

I guess, in Canada, it's just fine to let things ride as they are. To propose an arrangement whereby the authorities had some means of vetting clients or tracking the purchasers or even simply creating a scheme so it couldn't be bootlegged is too intrusive, too establishment, too uncool. Sad.

Kill him. :)
Posted by Griper Phulet7709 2006-03-19 07:31||   2006-03-19 07:31|| Front Page Top

#2 Pfff. Credit card fraud has been an easy buck for DECADES. The credit card companies utterly refuse to do anything about it, because it would cost them money to do anything more than rudimentary fraud control. The fact that it's funding terrorism is just a red herring.
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