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the case of chess master Bobby Fischer

Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Mon Aug 02, 2004 9:32 am)


"The Holocaust ... a money-making invention of the Jews, a global Jewish plot"

- chess master, Bobby Fischer
1/31/99 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/


I'm curious as to The RevForum's opinion of the Bobby Fischer case. Do we have another incidence of trumped up charges a la Ernst Zundel?

FYI, Fischer 's mother is a Jew thereby making him a Jew according to Jewish law.

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Ex-Chess Champ Fischer Applies for Asylum in Japan

By George Nishiyama and David Dolan
8/2/04

NARITA, Japan (Reuters) - Former world chess champion Bobby Fischer, wanted by the United States for defying sanctions on Yugoslavia, has applied for political asylum in Japan while he appeals against a decision to deport him.

Fischer, 61, arrived in Japan in April and was detained at Narita airport near Tokyo last month when he tried to leave for the Philippines on a passport that U.S. officials say was invalid.

The chess master has been wanted in the United States since 1992, when he defied U.S. economic sanctions against Yugoslavia to play a chess match there against his old rival Boris Spassky.

Japanese immigration officials last week rejected Fischer's initial appeal and his lawyer handed final documents for a second plea to Justice Minister Daizo Nozawa on Monday.

A Justice Ministry official said a decision on such an appeal was unlikely to be reached in a day or two, although the time required differs depending on the situation.

As a fallback, in case the appeal is rejected, Fischer has sought asylum in Japan as another line of defense, his Japanese lawyer Masako Suzuki said.

"In almost all cases the Japanese government will not force such a person back to their home country while the case is pending," she told Reuters after she met Fischer, who is being held at an immigration detention center inside the airport.

Japan accepts only political refugees. Fischer's supporters in Japan say he is being persecuted by the United States.

SMOKED OUT

One of the great eccentrics of the chess world, Fischer maintains that his passport was never properly revoked and that the action was taken retroactively, his supporters say.

"He walked into the country, got stamped in legally with a visa," said Tokyo-based Canadian communications consultant John Bosnitch, who has been advising Fischer.

U.S. authorities had suddenly notified Japanese officials in June that Fischer's passport had become invalid, Bosnitch added.

Fischer disappeared after the 1992 match, apparently traveling in Europe and Asia, only to resurface after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States in an interview on Philippines radio in which he praised the attacks.

Suzuki said Fischer, who has been in custody since July 13, looked nervous and tired.

"I think he looks very tired, very fatigued. I think his condition is not good mentally, physically."

The lawyer has filed a second request for Fischer's provisional release after an earlier request was rejected.

The non-smoking chess master is also unhappy at being kept in a cell where others around him smoke freely, Bosnitch said.

"He has had no fresh air, no exercise, no sunlight and (is) smoked out all day," he said.

PLAYING FOR TIME?

A former Japanese lawmaker and chess aficionado, Ichiji Ishii, has offered to act as Fischer's guarantor if he is released while his appeal continues, since temporary immigration detention in Japan can last up to 60 days.

A Justice Ministry official said that in cases where the minister rejected an appeal, the individual would usually be quickly deported, but that this would not be possible if the person sought an injunction against deportation from a Japanese court. Ishii had said Fischer was considering such action.

Fischer became the world chess champion in 1972 when he beat Spassky of the Soviet Union in a victory seen as a Cold War propaganda coup for the United States.

The title was taken from him three years later after his conditions for a match against Anatoly Karpov, also of the Soviet Union, were rejected by chess officials.

Karpov became champion by default.

Fischer disappeared until the 1992 match against Spassky, whom he again defeated, then vanished again until his remarks on the Sept. 11 attacks. *** Fischer, whose mother was Jewish, has also stirred controversy with anti-Semitic remarks. ***
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Postby TruthSeeker » 1 decade 5 years ago (Mon Aug 02, 2004 2:59 pm)

This is very interesting. I didn't know Fischer had said that.

The similarities between the two cases are... very.. scary.. :?

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Postby Temporary on hold » 1 decade 5 years ago (Mon Aug 02, 2004 3:45 pm)

When I read that article I wondered why they were treating him so harshly. It seemed a rather trivial offense. Now I completely understand. Thank you Hannover.

Seems like our government is using 9-11 as an excuse for installing an NT form of government over our old one...

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Postby holographic » 1 decade 5 years ago (Mon Aug 02, 2004 5:20 pm)

Thanks Hannover,

Wonderful - proof that a Jewish person can think with a clear head regarding the holocau$t. He's not alone!!

Also proof that chess can prevent atrophy of the brain.

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Postby Sushicotto » 1 decade 5 years ago (Tue Aug 03, 2004 9:59 am)

I’ve recently often heard about Fischer’s problems with the US government, but its only after reading Hannover’s post that I realized what was going on. I did a bit of searching and came across an interesting interview he gave in 1999 (I haven’t been able to access the other interviews).

http://www.chesstheory.de/fisher1.html

Some juicy bits from the interview:

When asked what he intends to do now:

I intend to do what I'm doing right now…Which is to expose the Jews for the criminals they are, the parasites they are, the liars they are, the thieves they are, the niggers (?) they are.


The Jews control the courts. It's just a charade they go through. It's Facade City, you know - Facade City. I've been involved in a number of law suits in America. Never got a penny, never got a stop order, never got nothing. I've been involved in about 5 or 6 lawsuits, about 5 cases throughout the years, never got a penny, never got any property back, never got a stop order, never got nothing man. I spent a lot of money, and I have all the documents, and I have all the justice on my side. It's a joke. The United States is a farce controlled by dirty, hook-nosed circumcised Jew bastards.


Its quite clear from the interview why they are really going after him, with a vengeance, and it has little or nothing to do with Yugoslavia or tax evasion.
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Postby Temporary on hold » 1 decade 5 years ago (Tue Aug 03, 2004 2:35 pm)

It is kind of unusual to take such drastic international action as extradition for the offense of having played chess against a 'sanctioned' opponent.

What more can we expect in the future from our new 9-11 government?

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Postby Hyman » 1 decade 5 years ago (Tue Aug 03, 2004 8:35 pm)

Stumbled across Bobby Fischer's website when reading about his arrest in Japan. http://home.att.ne.jp/moon/fischer/ Some of it is quite comical -- much of it no doubt considered "hate speech" by Abe and the boys down at the thought crimes bureau. The chess genius is a believer in the "world Jewish conspiracy" and has numerous complaints against "the Jews". He posts Mel Gibson's dad's thoughts concerning the extent of the Holocaust.

"FYI, Fischer 's mother is a Jew thereby making him a Jew according to Jewish law."
Bobby would not like to known as a Jew, as this comical 1984 letter to Encylopaedia Judaica shows:
http://home.att.ne.jp/moon/fischer/list/p_42/42_0.htm
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"It is kind of unusual to take such drastic international action as extradition for the offense of having played chess against a 'sanctioned' opponent."

In 1992, Bush (I) apparently decided that nobody should play chess for money in Serbia as long as Serbia would not follow orders from the U.S.. Fischer had a rematch with Spassky there, won 3 million dollars, and now is wanted for up to 10 years time in the U.S.. -- so he hasn't been back since. Fischer mentions on his website that Spassky has visited the U.S. a couple times since '92 with no problems so maybe they'll cut you a little slack if you are not an "antisemite".

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Aug 06, 2004 11:17 pm)

More on this expanding case.

Notice that in this piece they mention his German father, but do not mention his mother, who is a Jew.

Buried at the end of the article is:
He has said "an international Jewish conspiracy" and a "Jew-controlled U.S." are behind plots to both rule the world and ruin his life. He has also denied the Holocaust.

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Fischer Wants to Renounce Citizenship

Aug 6, 2004
By MARI YAMAGUCHI, Associated Press Writer

TOKYO - Former world chess champion Bobby Fischer, detained in Japan for allegedly traveling with a revoked U.S. passport, wants to renounce his American citizenship, his lawyer said Friday.

Fischer called the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo from detention at Narita airport outside the capital to tell U.S. officials his demands, his lawyer Masako Suzuki told reporters at a news conference.

Suzuki said she would submit a letter to the embassy on Fischer's behalf, and an embassy official will meet him to confirm his intentions.

"I no longer wish to be an American citizen. Enough is enough," he said in a handwritten statement issued through his lawyer.

Fischer's distaste for the United States is well-known. In a radio interview, he once praised the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, saying America should be "wiped out."

Fischer's renouncement of his U.S. citizenship could possibly leave him without a country to call his own, Suzuki said. Fischer would apply for refugee status with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees as early as Friday, she added.

Fischer's supporters and lawyer are looking for other countries that might accept him as a refugee.

Fischer has already applied for asylum in Japan, arguing that the political nature of his "U.S. persecution" makes him eligible for refugee status in Japan. A decision on that could take months because the government would probably have to hold a hearing.

Fischer so far has not sought citizenship or refugee status in any other country, his lawyers and supporters said. But his father is German and he was considering seeking citizenship there.

In Berlin, a German Foreign Ministry spokesman said on condition of anonymity that the ministry and the embassy in Tokyo were aware of the case, but have had no contact with Fischer.

The American chess legend is wanted by U.S. authorities for playing a 1992 match for $3 million in the former Yugoslavia in violation of international sanctions. He was detained on July 13 while trying to board a flight to the Philippines.

Fischer is fighting possible deportation to the United States, saying his passport was revoked without due process. Suzuki said Fischer has filed a lawsuit in Tokyo District court against two Japanese immigration officials, saying he had a valid legal status for entry to Japan.

Fischer's request to the Justice Ministry to suspend the deportation process should prevent him from being handed over immediately, Suzuki said, because Japan may not transfer custody of Fischer while his court case is being considered.

"We hope the Japanese government treats him fairly," Suzuki said.

Fischer's supporters have acknowledged, however, that past anti-Semitic statements could hamper his case.

He has said "an international Jewish conspiracy" and a "Jew-controlled U.S." are behind plots to both rule the world and ruin his life. He has also denied the Holocaust.
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Thu Aug 12, 2004 1:28 pm)

More, from Boris Spassky this time. And ofcourse, the usual reporter deference to judeo-supremacist interests.

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Spassky plea for nemesis
By Peter Alford, Tokyo correspondent
The Australian
August 12, 2004

THE friends of Bobby Fischer are an eclectic lot but their campaign to save the wild man of chess from US clutches has now been joined by a most unlikely recruit: the rival grandmaster he humiliated not once but twice.

"I would not like to defend or justify Bobby Fischer. He is what he is," Boris Spassky wrote in a letter addressed to George W. Bush that was delivered to the US embassy in Tokyo yesterday.

"I am asking for only one thing. For mercy, charity."

Spassky's intervention came after Japanese authorities moved Fischer from holding cells at Narita airport, where he had been held since July 13, to an immigration prison in Ushiku, north of Tokyo.

His supporters have taken heart, suggesting that Fischer, 61, will be given ample time to pursue his appeal against deportation to the US, where he is sought on charges of breaching US sanctions against the former Yugoslavia by playing a chess match there against Spassky in 1992.

"I think immigration is eyeing a long-term stay," his lawyer, Masako Suzuki, told Reuters.

"It would seem natural to keep him at the airport if they were thinking of deporting him soon."

The 1992 Belgrade match, when Fischer took away a $US3million purse, was the return meeting after his defeat of Spassky in the most famous chess match of the modern era.

Thirty-two years ago, the prodigious Fischer showed his esteemed Russian opponent no mercy and very little charity, harassing him and match organisers with a series of bizarre demands and ultimatums.

The young American had suddenly become a Cold War poster boy and his unsettling antics were widely seen as psychological tactics. Later events were to show they were just early manifestations of Fischer's extreme oddness.

Notorious for anti-Semitic outbursts and _expressions of delight when New York and Washington were hit on September 11 -- "they are the worst liars and bastards, this is a wonderful day" -- Fischer is now trying to renounce his citizenship and to claim asylum from Japan.

Commented Spassky: "He is not adaptable to everyone's standards of life."
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Tue Aug 24, 2004 9:26 am)

More on Fischer as he has now been ordered deported.
Since his detention, Fischer has been trying to renounce his U.S. citizenship. However, he can only do that by speaking in person to a U.S. official.

Oh really? Then why can't he speak to someone at the US Consulate in Tokyo?

And again, buried at the end, the real reason for the heavy handed tactics against him, a la Ernst Zundel.
Fischer, whose mother was Jewish, has also stirred controversy with anti-Semitic remarks.

IOW, as a Jew by Jewish standards, he has voiced his opinion that the so called 'holocaust' as alleged is ridiculous. Read on.

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8/24/04

Japan Issues Order to Deport Ex-Chess Champ Fischer

By Masayuki Kitano

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan on Tuesday ordered the deportation of former world chess champion Bobby Fischer, wanted at home in the United States for breaking sanctions, rejecting his demand for protection as a political refugee.

His lawyers responded by appealing against the decision, which they described as "very regrettable."

The grandmaster, arguably the greatest chess player the world has seen, has been in detention in Japan since July 13 when he was stopped at Tokyo's Narita airport for traveling on a passport that U.S. officials say is invalid.

On Tuesday, Justice Minister Daizo Nozawa rejected Fischer's request for refugee status, possibly also putting an end to his plans for a more romantic attempt to escape deportation by wedding Japanese chess great Miyoko Watai.

The minister's rejection of Fischer's appeal prompted immigration authorities to issue a deportation order, said an official at the Justice Ministry's Immigration Bureau.

Officials declined to explain the decision.

But a Fischer supporter said the minister had stated that the grounds for the appeal against deportation were insufficient.

"The ministry rejected Bobby Fischer's demand for protection as a political refugee, saying that charges outstanding against him in the United States are not political in nature," John Bosnitch, a Tokyo-based Canadian journalist and communications consultant advising Fischer, said in a statement.

"Even if he is not deported, their intentional verbal threat constitutes cruel psychological intimidation and abuse," Bosnitch said.

Fischer's lawyers moved to block deportation by filing with the Tokyo District Court for cancellation of the order.

WAS IT FAIR?

Immigration authorities can deport Fischer quickly and would normally return an individual to their home country, the immigration official said. She declined to give details of Fischer's case.

Fischer, 61, one of the chess world's great eccentrics, has been wanted at home since 1992, when he violated economic sanctions by going to Yugoslavia and winning $3 million in a chess match in which he beat old rival Boris Spassky.

Since his detention, Fischer has been trying to renounce his U.S. citizenship. However, he can only do that by speaking in person to a U.S. official.

His lawyers took issue with the way in which Fischer's request for refugee status was rejected, saying an immigration official had earlier told Fischer and his lawyer, Masako Suzuki, that an examination of his refugee request would continue.

"The rejection was made only 20 days after the request was made ... in what may be called a surprise manner," they said in a statement.

"This casts strong doubts about the fairness and neutrality of the refugee recognition process," they said.

Fischer became world chess champion in 1972 when he beat Spassky of the Soviet Union in a victory touted as a Cold War propaganda coup for the United States.

He lost the title three years later after chess officials rejected his conditions for defending his crown against Anatoly Karpov, also of the Soviet Union. Karpov became champion by default.

Fischer vanished after the 1992 match but resurfaced after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States to praise the attacks in an interview with a Philippine radio station.

His supporters say he renewed his U.S. passport in Switzerland in 1997 and never received a letter issued in December 2003 revoking it. They say U.S. officials have also acknowledged that he had not received such a letter.

State Department officials have said it took years for the legal process to catch up with him.

Fischer, whose mother was Jewish, has also stirred controversy with anti-Semitic remarks.
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 4 years ago (Wed Dec 22, 2004 3:03 am)

I see Iceland has offered Fischer residence, most informative. I have friends in Iceland and believe me, they and many Icelanders realize that the 'holocau$t' story as alleged is scam. It's spoken about openly.

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U.S. Ambassador James Gadsden had asked the country last week to withdraw its offer because Fischer is wanted in the United States on criminal charges on charges of violating international sanctions against Yugoslavia for playing chess there in 1992.

Same pathetic excuse. The real reason they're after him is his Revisionist viewpoints. Read on

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Iceland Upholds Welcome for Fischer

Dec 21, 2004

By VALUR GUNNARSSON, Associated Press Writer

REYKJAVIK, Iceland - Iceland has rejected a U.S. request to drop the offer of a residency permit for former American chess champion Bobby Fischer, officials said Tuesday.

U.S. Ambassador James Gadsden had asked the country last week to withdraw its offer because Fischer is wanted in the United States on criminal charges on charges of violating international sanctions against Yugoslavia for playing chess there in 1992.

But on Monday, Foreign Secretary David Oddsson invited Gadsden to a meeting and told the U.S. ambassador that the Icelandic government stood by its offer, Icelandic officials said.

Gadsden was told that Iceland wanted to recognize its historic connection with Fischer, who has been held in great esteem here since winning the chess World Championship in Reykjavik in 1972.

Oddsson also told Gadsden that Fischer's alleged U.S. crime had exceeded Iceland's statute of limitations, and for that reason Iceland would not be bound by a U.S. extradition request if the chess player moved to Iceland from Japan.

"Nothing has been withdrawn," said Gunnar Smari Gunnarsson, Iceland's permanent secretary of state in an interview Tuesday. "It is now up to the Japanese government. We are not pressing the matter, but if Fischer comes here, he will be let into the country."

Fischer, 61, is being held in detention in Japan, where he was caught trying to board a flight for the Philippines with an invalid passport in July after the United States had revoked his passport. It remained unclear if Fischer would be released by Japan.

Fischer, who has said he would like to move to Iceland, is fighting a deportation order to the United States.

Japanese officials have said he could go to a third country only if the United States refuses to take him.

The 1992 match in Yugoslavia was against Boris Spassky and was a rematch of the 1972 match that propelled Fischer to stardom.

Fischer, who has baffled the public with his reclusiveness and odd behavior, has applied while in detention to marry a Japanese chess official. His fiance, Miyoko Watai, refused to comment on the marriage plans but said she would like to go to Iceland.

Retired police officer Saemundur Palsson, a Fischer friend since 1972, is hoping to leave for Japan soon to bring him and his girlfriend back to Iceland. Palsson had hoped to leave Tuesday but was waiting for Japan to say whether Fischer would be allowed to leave.
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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 4 years ago (Fri Dec 24, 2004 7:23 pm)

more of the same, excerpt:
Fischer, born to a Jewish mother, has also stirred controversy with anti-Semitic remarks.

In other words, someone born a Jew can be anti-himself. Ofcourse we know it's really about his 'holocau$t' revisionist statements that have him in trouble with the US's judeo-supremacist, 'holocau$t' Industry masters.

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Ex-Chess Champ Fischer Hopes to Go to Iceland

http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&c ... &printer=1

Fri Dec 24, 2004

TOKYO (Reuters) - Fugitive chess master Bobby Fischer, who is fighting deportation to the United States, on Friday asked Japan to allow him to go to Iceland, which has offered him a home.

Fischer's spirits are high since Iceland last week extended a residency permit to the former world chess champion, who has been detained by Japanese immigration authorities for almost half a year, his lawyer said.

Fischer, 61, is wanted in the United States for violating economic sanctions against Yugoslavia by playing a chess game there in 1992. He has been held in Japan since July when he was stopped with a passport that U.S. officials said was invalid.

His lawyers filed documents on Friday, including a hand-written letter by Fischer, with Japanese immigration officials seeking that he either be allowed to leave for Iceland on his own, or that he be deported to the North-Atlantic country rather than to the United States.

"He's happy...I think his psychological condition is much better," Fischer's lawyer Masako Suzuki told Reuters.

But Suzuki added that Japanese immigration officials did not appear to be ready to send him out of the country any time soon.

"They don't appear to be handling the case very swiftly."

Later on Friday, immigration authorities told Fischer's lawyers they were discussing the request to allow him to go to Iceland but no decision would be announced before the end of this year.

"We strongly protest with the Justice Ministry for delaying or handling this issue in an incomprehensible way," the lawyers said in a statement.

Japanese authorities had ordered that Fischer be deported to the United States, but a court granted an injunction in September until it ruled on a lawsuit seeking to have the order quashed.

Immigration officials have not ruled out the possibility of changing Fischer's destination, but have said that it would be difficult since he lacked a valid passport.

Iceland has said that it would allow the chess master to travel to the country without a passport, media reports have said.

Washington has put pressure on Iceland, asking it to withdraw the residency offer to Fischer, but media reports said Iceland had refused the request.

One of the chess world's great eccentrics, Fischer has made several other moves to avoid deportation, including a request for refugee status in Japan and a plan to marry a Japanese woman.

Fischer could face a prison term and a fine if he is sent back to the United States.

Fischer rose to fame in 1972 when he beat Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union to become world chess champion, a victory touted as a Cold War propaganda coup for the United States.

He lost the title three years later after refusing to defend his crown against Anatoly Karpov, also of the Soviet Union. Karpov became champion by default.

Fischer vanished after the 1992 Yugoslavia match, in which he beat his old rival Spassky and pocketed $3 million, but he resurfaced after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States to praise the strikes in an interview with a Philippine radio station.

Fischer, born to a Jewish mother, has also stirred controversy with anti-Semitic remarks.
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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 4 years ago (Tue Mar 22, 2005 7:32 pm)

It's a joke. The United States is a farce controlled by dirty, hook-nosed circumcised Jew bastards.


And who am I to argue with him?

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 2 years ago (Mon Dec 04, 2006 2:25 pm)

In his first interview on Filipino radio of January 14, 1999, Bobby said,

“You know they [Jews] invented the Holocaust story. There’s no such. There was no Holocaust of the Jews in World War II.”


More.
http://www.worldchessnetwork.com/Englis ... s/2-3.php/

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Postby Daniel Saez Lorente » 1 decade 2 years ago (Mon Dec 04, 2006 6:18 pm)

FYI, Fischer 's mother is a Jew thereby making him a Jew according to Jewish law.


Fischer has himself strongly denied that he is Jewish, going so far as to say, "and as a matter of fact, I am not circumcized".


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