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December 15, 2006



Congress most certainly did not intend the CDA to protect criminal behaviour and Agilent Technologies, Inc. is most certainly guilty of harboring a criminal and allowing him to flourish until he was apprehended. Had the FBI not arrested the Agilent employee there may have been a tragedy jut like in Oklahoma City.

Agilent Technologies, Inc. should be punished and I for one am glad to learn that the plaintiffs have filed a Petition for Review with the Cal Supreme Court.

As the San Jose Mercury Newspaper has repeatedly pointed out, the Cal Sixth District Court of Appeal has made bad law, bad law that I believe will be corrected by the higher court. As Speaker Pelosi has said, "the care and safety of our families depends upon it."

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