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Time now for hits and misses of the week James first to you.
Well this is a big -- to the United States government for not getting Shaquille afridi out of Pakistan this is the Doctor Who helped lead us to the bin Laden compound critical in the in the operation to take -- bin Laden we left him in the country now he's been convicted of treason.
And sentenced -- it was Pakistan in Pakistan and sentenced to prison for 33 years disgraceful.
Well -- -- not so fond farewell to US attorney in Chicago Patrick FitzGerald.
-- announced this week that he stepping down from his post after more than a decade now he made his.
His bones really prosecuting legions of corrupt Chicago politicians but in recent years.
He'd kind of overstepped his bounds and really made a hash of some major high profile cases -- against Scooter Libby Conrad black and also Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich.
So I guess it's a hit to him for taking himself.
Out of the position where you can -- more -- All right thank you agree with that one all right merry.
But this is it hits it Elon Musk and his company SpaceX which launched an unmanned spacecraft in orbit this week to dock with the International Space Station.
Now this isn't just good news because we need something to replace the space shuttle -- It's good news because Washington is slowly.
Slowly warming to the idea of private space travel and for politicians the taxpayer dollars to spend.
That really is the final frontier do you think that will ever see a private to space launch that goes to the -- I hope we do SpaceX was heavily subsidized by NASA but again at least for moving in the right direction -- --
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