> Good Morning Paul,
> On yesterday's program, 2/28/2005, with Alex you mentioned the torture of
> young man on the FOX TV show 24. Here in the US the program appears to
> weeks ahead of yours.
> After the noise torture of that young man, Sect of Defense's son,
> proceeded to torture a Hispanic looking female CTU employee who
> thought was in league with he terrorists. After threatening her with
> in prison and used a tazer to her neck several times. She was
> released when the real mole was found. Upon her release, her boss then
> her to return to her work station because she is vital to the completion
> the mission. She agrees only after her demands for a promotion and
> increase are accepted by her boss. (What a country - capitalism
> thru the worst of times. Or what a trooper - takes a licking and keeps
> The mole turns out to be a black female CTU employee who they do
> torture. (Hmmm. Wonder why? Could it be because February is Black
> month in the US?)
> In last night's episode Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer tortures a
> eastern looking man, Paul Raines, in a hotel room by placing
> electrical wires to his chest. Only after he is threatened with the
> being placed by the side of his eye/head does he provide information.
> the son-in-law to the Sect of Defense, has in attendance
> soon-to-be-ex-wife Audrey. She is in the room watching him be
> Oh, did I forget to mention that Jack just happens to be her new
> friend. (Its always good to have family around you have you go thru
> A terrorist's wife, a women of middle eastern descent and who is trying
> keep her son from going to jail, is man-handled, choked, and
> behind closed doors by a male CTU employee.
> Also in this episode terrorists torture a CTU employee, a black man,
> only survives by faking being unconscious. Unaware that he is faking
> CTU agent "awakens" and he kills the two terrorists before they can
> him. (How do you fake that and would he have survived if this were March
> April rather than February?)
> At the end of the program the nuclear meltdowns are prevented but the
> guy gets away.
> Have a nice day,
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