What happens when you blow up buildings and kill people?

If you are an American you get sentenced to death. Deservedly so I might add. Even if your reasons are for avenging the American governments holocaust. If, however,you are a muslim terrorist you get off on all but a single count.

Ahmed Ghailani will face between 20 years and life in prison as a result of his conviction on one charge related to the 1998 embassy bombings in Africa. But because a jury acquitted him on more than 280 other charges — including every count of murder — critics of the Obama administration’s strategy on detainees said the verdict proved that civilian courts could not be trusted to handle the prosecution of Al Qaeda terrorists.

“This is a tragic wake-up call to the Obama Administration to immediately abandon its ill-advised plan to try Guantánamo terrorists” in federal civilian courts, said Representative Peter King, Republican of New York. “We must treat them as wartime enemies and try them in military commissions at Guantánamo.”

Adding political force of such criticism, Mr. King is set to become the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee in January, and he promised to use oversight hearings to pressure the administration over its handling of terrorism trials.

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These are people that have taken up arms against the civilized world, and should not be treated as common soldiers. They do not fulfill the requirements of lawful combatants as per the Geneva Accords and should not be given those protections.

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3 Responses to “What happens when you blow up buildings and kill people?”

  1. mainenowandthen Says:

    Once again the Obama cartel has graphically exhibited its ineptitude and its inability to protect America by insisting upon a civilian trial (in New York, of all places) for the war crimes of an enemy combatant for actions that took place outside the United States. The actions of the “Department of Justice” under Eric Holder are becoming more and more criminal as the days pass.

  2. Patrick Sperry Says:

    Why do I think that you are holding back Maine?

  3. Patrick Sperry Says:

    Related Story:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/19/us/19gitmo.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

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