Why is it that the media always uses “detained” instead of “arrested”, “jailed”, “tortured”, etc? Jordan isn’t delaying terrorists from reaching their destination… they’re putting them in jail. Let’s call it what it is.

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  1. Well, these people are being “detained” so that they can be “interviewed”, obviously. Think of it as a routine business practice (like a job interview).

    The pentagon sets the standard for politeness these days when it comes to torturing prisoners, and Jordan is just following their example.

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