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"If anyone really wants to get prisoners released, the last thing he should do to encourage it is to continue with this process, because not one of us will countenance release of prisoners on the background of columns of smoke in the territories," Yossi Beilin
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"There will be absolutely no release of MRTA prisoners, ... We would not
like to go back to the past."
Alberto Fujimori
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"The best part came the next morning I was the last man, the rear guard, when we delivered the last of the prisoners to safety, ... 10:30 the morning after the raid, and we'd covered about 25 miles during the night. Mucci arrived [with the first prisoners] at our lines at about 8 o'clock, so it took us about 2 ½ hours to straggle in." Robert Prince
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"If I read this to you and did not tell you that it was an FBI agent describing what Americans had done to prisoners in their control, you would most certainly believe this must have been done by Nazis, Soviets in their gulags, or some mad regime - Pol Pot or others - that had no concern for human beings. Sadly, that is not the case." Dick Durbin
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"The Khmer Rouge (which then was fighting for control of Cambodia) had a policy of taking no prisoners. They executed them pretty much on the spot." Don Payne
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"We can no longer tolerate handling prisoners in public hallways and restrooms for safety and security reasons," Bob Richardson
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"We rely on police to keep their prisoners secure." Bob Harris
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