Man, here I was hoping helm's deep would reinvigorate LOTRO. And yes, I had even pre-ordered it.
"In the USA our education system is so bad most can not speak the native English very well."
You probably mean "cannot," not "can not." The latter implies the ability to be unable to do something, while the former implies the inability to do something.
This is the mentality which is being perpetrated by these idiotic checkpoints:
Now all we need is to promote ignorance, hypocrisy, brutality, and the elite. Oh wait, we're already there...
"when asked politely by my national security adviser and cabinet secretary to destroy the files they had, they went ahead and destroyed those files. So they know that what they're dealing with is dangerous for national security"
They had no choice - if they didn't destroy the hard drives, then the govt. goons sent to their office would have. What kind of reasoning is this??
If it is a crime for a witness to not testify, then the witness is now open to the possibility of incriminating his or herself depending on what he or she says or doesn't say. Since this person is now liable to being charged with a crime, this person can't be required to speak one way or another. Thus, even a witness should be protected from saying anything.
If it is not a crime for a witness to not testify, then there is no issue at all.
How is this not logical?