"But, because a guy gets shot in the back in the London Underground running from the coppers does not mean that waterboarding is inappropriate because we *might* be "torturing" innocent people."
Where on earth did you get your information? Were you inhabiting your self-contained American bubble at the time? You know, the bubble that filters when you get information and what that information contains and how it is presented to you?
Jean Charles de Menezes wasn't RUNNING from anyone - closed circuit footage was gathered for the Public Inquiry despite much of it having been appropriated by the Metropolitan Police who then mysteriously LOST IT!
Jeezuz, pull your head out of your arse and check up on information yourself for once in your life, instead of blindly accepting whatever pap your comic-book newspaper throws in your direction.
"Jean Charles de Menezes (pronounced [ʒeˈɐ̃ⁿ ˈʃahlis dʒi meˈnezis] in Mineiro Portuguese) (7 January 1978?22 July 2005) was a Brazilian national who was shot in the head seven times at close range by the London Metropolitan police ("the Met"), who claimed to have misidentified him as a suicide bomber about to detonate a device on the London Underground at Stockwell tube station." - Excerpt from Wiki
How in hell can being shot in the HEAD while SITTING in a carriage of an undergound train be interpreted as getting shot in the back while running away from the Cops??
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