WTW: All G’itmo Detainees Are Good Boys, Right?

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They can't all be bad, can they? That's why the leftards want them to have trials (also, so they can thumb their noses at Bush and say nanny nanny boo boo.)

And none of them are terrorists, right?

Six Frenchmen who were released from the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo Bay over the past two years will stand trial in France on Monday over "associating with criminals in relation to a terrorist organization."

The six men, aged between 24 and 38, were captured during the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan late in 2001 and held by American forces on suspicion of fighting for the ousted Taliban regime. Some of them returned to France in July 2004 and some in March 2005.

So even ze French, despite all their posturing and complaining, know bad people when they see them.

The men are judged for their trips to Afghanistan between 2000 and 2001, where prosecutors say five of them participated in al Qaeda training camps. The sixth man, Imad Kanouni, received fundamentalist religious training there.

Prosecutors have highlighted that the father and brother of one of the accused, Mourad Benchellali, were convicted last month of planning attacks in France in 2002.

Benchellali has admitted to attending a training camp in Afghanistan, but said friends dragged him into it.

If your friends told you to jump off a very high bridge, would do it?

If you attend Al Queda terrorist training camps, you are part of "them."

And, I like this. If possible, hand the scum at G'itmo (I am referring to the prisoners. Libs will automatically believe the reference is to the military) over to their original countries, let them take care of business. 

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2 Responses to “WTW: All G’itmo Detainees Are Good Boys, Right?”

  1. Mike says:

    I don’t understand. Maybe all the people being held at Gitmo are evil people who deserve to be in prison for the rest of their lives. Maybe there are some that were “in the wrong place at the wrong time”.

    I think they should be put on trial, I’d say using the UCMJ, not because I think they’re innocent, or because they are somehow equal to the members of our Armed Services, but because a) if they are terrorists, there should be evidence that supports these charges and b) the UCMJ is an established method for dispatching justice.

    If they’re found innocent, they should be released. If they’re guilty they should be punished.

    Why is this the wrong attitude?

  2. William Teach says:

    I have no problem with that, Mike. Matter of fact, unless a new type of court system is created for this, probably that is the way to go.

    But many on the left want to accord the people at G’itmo the same civilian style trials that you and I, as American citizens, would get.

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