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“Unidentified Man #3: (Speaking foreign language) MCEVERS: This soldier, who didn't want to give his name for fear of losing his job, says two months ago he watched as nearly 20 soldiers brutally beat an insurgent whod confessed to booby-trapping a house and killing eight Iraqi troops.”
“Mr. PETERSON: When we had an engineer come, whod built a lot of different solar around - �he came, we took him down to the property.”
“At the same time, he said his administration would not turn a blind eye to those whod entered this country illegally.”
“And I was just sort of randomly searching for someone whod just updated their status with their new phone number.”
“And finally, our trip coordinator, whod been through this many times before, said, well, you know, you should all go downstairs and get something to eat.”
“If she couldnt rekick the story somehow, shed be remembered forever as the ugly whod blown the biggest story since the mind-rain, a useless kicker whod needed Tally Youngblood to find the real facts.”
“But the Cutters whod protected Diego in the war were allowed to keep their reflexes and strength, because their brains were cured.”
“Right or wrong, history would remember Aya Fuse as the one whod kicked it.”
“That was the land of extreme extras, like newborn littlies and crumblies whod never taken the mind-rain pills.”
“Where were the half-million others whod been watching her every move five minutes ago?”
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