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 ..."​The president of the European Union, Thulesen Dahl has sharply condemned the United States for their treatment of their foreign guests, in a retort to this the President of The United States of America, President Wilcox, has said "It is not up to the Europeans or the United Nations to opinionate regarding the goings on in a domestic matter. What takes place in America is an American matter and not a matter...."​ ..."​The president of the European Union, Thulesen Dahl has sharply condemned the United States for their treatment of their foreign guests, in a retort to this the President of The United States of America, President Wilcox, has said "It is not up to the Europeans or the United Nations to opinionate regarding the goings on in a domestic matter. What takes place in America is an American matter and not a matter...."​
  
-"...IF you ask me, I say let them go, this is all a big misunderstanding. Also what if they get pissed, you never know what those types might do..."+..."IF you ask me, I say let them go, this is all a big misunderstanding. Also what if they get pissed, you never know what those types might do..."
  
-..."​The Prosecution lead by +..."​The Prosecution lead by Sam...", ​They were lead through the crowd, covered in hoodies and cordoned off by a massive security detail, as if they were dangerous criminals and quickly ushered into the courthouse, without so much as an opportunity to talk to the crowd gathered outside consisting of everything from brimstone preaching individuals,​ to dressed geeks, to  average citizen all gathered at the courthouse, now the seat of the American High Court, with one common interest, the Captain and his crew.
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-They were lead through the crowd, covered in hoodies and cordoned off by a massive security detail, as if they were dangerous criminals and quickly ushered into the courthouse, without so much as an opportunity to talk to the crowd gathered outside consisting of everything from brimstone preaching individuals,​ to dressed geeks, to  average citizen all gathered at the courthouse, now the seat of the American High Court, with one common interest, the Captain and his crew.+
  
  
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