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January 18, 2013

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Victoria Nuland of the State Dept was asked today about this offer and she was emphatic that the US does not negotiate with terrorists. When the reporter followed up by asking whether we would have an opinion if Algeria could make the deal, she was less forceful.

I understand the silence now with hostages still in harm's way, but it seems the admin is going to superhuman depths to say nothing, which you can't help but believe will also act as a political side benefit. When the crisis is over they will say "the FBI is investigating and we can't comment".

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