Unconfirmed, perhaps Fake: China Interrogation Video (updated)

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We are publishing this but we don’t trust it. Watch the video then begin asking yourself, do you trust Snowden and why does this video exist?

Another minor issue, why interrogate this guy, someone they caught posting criticism on the internet if:

You don’t already know his screenname



and…two…

If someone is filming the interrogation and is going to post that on twitter

BANG

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5 COMMENTS

  1. our folks say: 2 times more responsibility for a drunk act. This man on the video thinks that “was drunk” would be the best lawyer for him: was drunk, don’t remember, etc – in my society it doesn’t work. They can hang all dogs on him. But the main idea of the video is that big brother watches ))). China’s internet is firewalled and it is intranet.

  2. When, once, I arrive to New York to the airport on a tourist visa, will they also pull me for balls?
    “Andrew, do you voluntarily admit that you have Facebook and BT accounts?” )))))))

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