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Special Report Transcript Episode 70, Section 1, Time 10:54
If the words ”neutralised,” ”eliminate” were used in reference to hot pursuit cross-border action or terrorist bases in neighbouring countries, then obviously ”neutralise,” ”eliminate” would include the killing of the terrorists. If the phrase ”neutralise eliminate,” was used in respect of actions inside the country then ”neutralization elimination” can indeed mean detention without trial. Removing a person permanently from society can indeed mean detaining that person indefinitely.
Notes: Pik Botha
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