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Barton, Hall both voted against 1986 bill seeking Mandela's release

There are 1 comment on the Dallas Morning News story from Dec 6, 2013, titled Barton, Hall both voted against 1986 bill seeking Mandela's release. In it, Dallas Morning News reports that:

Today, Nelson Mandela is a symbol for the struggle against injustice. But in 1986, many in Congress believed he might be a terrorist.

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Devin Robertson

Texarkana, AR

#1 Dec 8, 2013
Nelson Mandela was a communist terrorist. He was both directly and indirectly responsible for a near-endless stream of bombings that killed innocent South Africans. He was arrested on a farm owned by a jewish ANC terrorist in possession of explosives, guns, etc. and he was tied directly to bombings, that's exactly why he went to prison for 27 years. Good riddance that POS.....

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