You may not agree, but I think headhunter bounties on human beings are wrong. I can accept that a case can be made when the exact identity of a provably criminal person is known.
I can't accept just a bounty on just turning over an Iraqi, which is essentially what has happened. This article doesn't cover it, which is pathetic, but I've read about it over the last year or more, people claiming they've been targeted by personal enemies or just 'sold' for profit to ignorant Westerners.
Sigh. Okay, precisely what are we up to in
Columbia* Colombia? (Be sure and check the list of other stories in the column on the right.)
(Note: I knew I'd read an entry somewhere recently where someone was talking about this kind of thing. See Dr Fallon's post at In The Dark for a related discussion.)
I see...airport security is becoming just another marketing tool. You can skip security lines if you spend enough money with an airline. (This "pass" also answers my question, some time back, about those new full-body scanners and how long it was going to be before you saw a picture of some actress's or politician's nekkidness online. The rich and famous will be exempt.)
It rather looks as though
David Hawkins* O'Neil Walker is getting the shaft.
*Sigh. I have to stop typing faster than I can think.