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 @buday4vancouver from Washington answered…1yr

Give them "Time Served," under a No Recrimination Act, as long as information proves true and leads to convictions. Anyone falsely accused has rights.. Don't treat them like heroes, unless they had nothing to do with what they witnessed.

 @EdmundSnow98 answered…1yr

Yes, but only if releasing the information does not threaten our national security and only if the information was legally obtained.

 @buday4vancouver from Washington answered…2yrs

Give them "Time Served" under a No Recrimination Act. Don't treat them like heroes, unless they had nothing to do with what they witnessed.

@89SH3SL from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

@89CY647 from Arizona answered…2yrs

No special laws are necessary. If there is no victim, there is no crime.

@8F6GY5L from Kansas answered…2yrs

yes if it reduces their sentence and give some form of protection

@78S5M87 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

pardon all people who are not a threat to our society or themselves.

@78S5M87 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, pardon all people who are not a threat to our society or themselves.

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

Yes, but only if releasing the information does not threaten our national security

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