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Thursday, December 09, 2010

Being a succesful criminal sometimes proves to be even harder than to be a honest man.

"Mobster Al Capone, you’ll recall, was nailed for tax evasion, not murder. As the Pentagon and Justice Department have learned, it may be difficult to try Assange in the U.S. under the creaky Espionage Act of 1917, unsuited to our Age of Wiki.
So sex allegations will have to do. "Margaret Carlson

There is a huge difference between the two.
AlCapone was a REAL criminal, he was on the wrong side of the law, Assange is on the right side of the law, with documented proof that his enemies are on the wrong side of the law.
And they are also on the wrong side of the simple, elementary intelligence.
When you try to defeat an enemy in an unlawful way, not only you won´t win, you will make a hero.
If there are two men, one with a gun and one with a pen, the one with the gun is a dead man, because the pen gives you immortality.
If you are too stupid to understand this simple fact, you are also too stupid to be on the wrong side of the law.
Being a succesful criminal sometimes proves to be even harder than to be a honest man.
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