Friday, August 08, 2008
Even When They Win, They Lose
If the Bushies can't even convince a military jury they're doing the right thing when it comes to the prisoners at Guantanamo, how do they ever expect to convince the rest of the world? Think about this: Salim Hamdan is the first prisoner from Guantanamo to go to trial, which probably means the government thought its case against him was the strongest they have against any of the men held there. So if this is the best they've got, what does that say about the others Bush and his gang have held incommunicado for the past five years?
66 months for Osama Bin Laden's driver | Freep.com | Detroit Free Press
Posted by Gerry Conway at 8:01 AM
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oh, i don't know, i think it was worth shredding the Constitution so we could convict one man with no direct connection in any terrorist acts for something he already confessed to.
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