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seneca Post time: 2014-1-11 22:18
Are you playing at John Wayne at the International Tribunal? If so, it would stand you in good s ...
"THE United States of America, The U.S> of A. "
Fine, even you ignoramus know that Khobra stands accused of false claims in her visa application. This accusation did not originate from thin air. Your lukewarm "nothing has been proven" is a no-brainer. HER INNOCENCE has NOT been PROVEN; her guilt would no doubt be demonstrated easily enough if she had not left the U.S. of A.
Now you are whining and bewailing the treatment this crook received from the police; why is that? Does it matter? Since all suspects are commonly treated in this way, why should Khobra be treated BETTER? Because of her race? Because she is member of India's diplomatic corps?
WHY DON'T YOU CALL FOR MEMBERS OF INDIA'S MISSIONS ABROAD TOEARN RESPECT FOR THEIR EMPLOYER, THE INDIAN STATE???
And yes, I admit that as a diplomat - or a semi-diplomat - she might have the right to a slightly "better" treatment.
Personally I think this is wrong. Wrong in the cases of all diplomatic suspects, not just Indian ones - of course. They should be treated just like everybody else.
See, a person charged with a crime can't be treated like that. A "diplomat" (please note the quotes) is not a normal person. A protocol needs to be followed to deal with a person with a diplomat status. By your logic, would you also say Bill Clinton should have been treated the same way after he had been accused of having put his banana in Lewinsky's mouth? That's plainly hilarious.
How about USA (oops sorry, The U.S> of A.) (by the way it's "The U. S. of A" not "The U.S> of A." you smarta.s.s ) agents killing people in Pakistan and White House coming out in full force to evacuate him? Where was the moral at that time? What kind of law it was? Do you want me to list more instances, or one is enough?
I don't have to tell any government anything. I am sure Indians have got a handle of how bad they can get screwed if they are not careful about local laws. And why only they, a lot of 3rd world nations pay their diplomats themselves lesser than the official wage in US. Such things are not entirely controllable by the US law. As about the Indians, it is not secret that they take law enforcement very lightly. And they have got screwed for the same. Americans, on the other hand, are so much into legalities that people even think a 100 times before opening their mouth. USA is all about law. So much so that people sometimes wish the life were a bit less complicated. Indians take law enforcement very casually as governance in India is kind of soft.
By the way, do you go to government of America (oops U.S> o A. ) to show your bravery that you have posted so many comments defending their stupidity/their immoral actions? I hope you do so, since you are advising me to be an adviser to the Indian state
If US didn't realize it had messed and has been pushed to the wall it wouldn't have speeded up the matters through diplomatic channels after sitting unusually long on the approval of the Diplomat's UN posting. Anyone who has followed this case would come to understand what has happened.
The repercussions of this ugly incident will be felt by most American diplomats posted abroad, who will be hurt by the very thought of having been stripped of the privileges they enjoyed everywhere in the world; as more and more nations will take to reciprocal approach in handling such situations in future.