Thought Of The Day: G’itmo And Geneva Convention

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Hey, y'all, Jebediah here. I found this while I was reading the BBC News:

Be careful what you wish for. Since these prisoners will now be subject to the Geneva Accords, they can now legally be held for the duration of the war without trial. Also (although this will not happen), since most of them were captured on the battlefield not in uniform, they can tried as spies and put to death, all nice & legal. Maybe all of your whining has done us a favor. David in Florida.


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4 Responses to “Thought Of The Day: G’itmo And Geneva Convention”

  1. Ogre says:

    Oh, sweet. Try them as spies! I’ll help build the gallows!

  2. William Teach says:

    If only the gov’t had the cajones to do it!

  3. “Without anger or judgment” … feh…

    Umm, sometimes passing judgment, and maybe even getting angry, is necessary to remain human – that’s what “sentient” means after all – it comes from “sentientia” meaning “to judge” after all – so I don’t…

  4. Lonnie says:

    Well, since it is no longer considered a war get them to court or let them go…

    If there is evidence to convict them then hang them from the highest tree and if not, let’s get out of the concentration camp business…

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