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  • While Commissioner Kelly's post-raid dictum against press interference is to be commended, we cannot merely ignore the chain of command in our City administration that encouraged police officers to arrest numerous reporters during the November 15th Occupy Wall Street eviction.

    Bill de Blasio: A Blow to Freedom of the Press

  • But Pakistan's post-raid overture showed the limits of the China option as much as anything else.

    U.S., Pakistan, Through Thick and Thin

  • A post-raid commercial satellite image taken last week showed the site had been flattened by bulldozers — evidence that most experts agree demonstrated Syria's desire to hide all traces of the facility.

    A New Intelligence Failure?

  • Secondly is that despite all the claims about not being taken alive, etcetera, if you looked at the confusion of the post-raid environment, and you think about the confusion and the chaos in the raid environment, how was it that he is still alive?

    CNN Transcript Sep 14, 2002

  • When the war in Vietnam heated up, he was sent to the Udorn Royal Thai AFB on the Mekong River and assigned to Rolling Thunder, finding targets for bombers and making post-raid photo assessments.

    Page, Gordon L.

  • The energy of his young days had left him, and perhaps the chronic disease from which he was suffering added to his constant state of irritation and obscured the clearness of his judgment in these post-raid days.

    Cecil Rhodes Man and Empire-Maker

  • But if his post-raid spin increases the odds that Pakistan will help us the next time we need it, good for him.

    Slate Magazine

  • The study estimates that about 23 percent of the plants 'employees were not authorized to work in the U. S, taking into account that the raids only targeted the first shift of the day and that the CIS investigation revealed large numbers of workers did not show up for the later, post-raid shifts.

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  • In the post-raid period, many of Brown's suspected cohorts ended up fighting in all-black brigades for the Union army.

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  • They demonstrated this with their treatment of undocumented workers pre-raid and their treatment of legal United States citizens post-raid.

    FailedMessiah.com

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