Rep. Cao notes dishonored executives in past faced 'harakiri'
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Rep. Cao notes dishonored executives in past faced 'harakiri'

"During the Samurai days, we just give you a knife and ask you to commit harakiri" - a form of Japanese ritual suicide, said Rep. Joseph Cao (R-La.) at a hearing investigating the oil industry's disaster response practices. (AP)

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