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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    Whatever dude, you're bleeding your heart for a man that helped plan the deaths of American's. I know that fact eludes your righteous outrage that he was "waterboarded", but it's scant consolation to the families of the dead.

    The real truth is, Obama and Co want to try him under Federal Law, and the methods to capture the guy don't meet those guidelines. There will be no trial for this man, we can't do it under the new system, and if we go ahead with the older guidelines people like you scream and cry about this scums rights.

    What about the rights of those he helped murder? Oh that's right, criminals and terrorist rights are more important to folks like you.
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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Whatever dude, you're bleeding your heart for a man that helped plan the deaths of American's. I know that fact eludes your righteous outrage that he was "waterboarded", but it's scant consolation to the families of the dead.
    So no innocent until proven guilty...

    Me and him aren't bleeding out our hearts.

    For me it's this: If you allow it to happen to one person, you can do it to many more.

    You always howel, Less government this, less government that, yet in your fear after 9/11 you let the government do whatever they wanted, illegal search and seizures, illegal wire tappings all in the name of Anti-Terrorism.

    Now almost a million people could have access to every single thing about you, including what Porno you enjoy.

    How long before this monstrosity of a government security operatus is turned against the people themselves? Do you think it couldn't happen?

    So less government.... when..... it's convenient for you to say so.

    The real truth is.
    Dying to hear this.

    What about the rights of those he helped murder?
    They have the right to have justice served, not a show trial for political expediency.

    Oh that's right, criminals and terrorist rights are more important to folks like you.
    All mens rights are important, not just the ones you deem convenient at the time.

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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    I am not suprised that Mr. Obama has halted the prosecution of the Islamofascist Nazi's.

    If I were sympthetic to extremist Islam, an-in-the-closet-Muslim with *no cajones* to come out as a devout beleiver, and an anti-Semite I would stop the prosecution of this Islamic swine as well. Then again ... the boy president has two more years in which to attempt to subject America to Sharia Law.

    As before, this *homosexual* will not submit. Mohammed is a pedophile who had sex with underage girls and the Qu'ran is a book of *HATE* which seeks to murder gays and lesbians.
    "Sodomy is one of the most gruesome and detested crimes, the punishment for which is also one of the harshest penalties, it is the capital punishment"
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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    This is just wrong, It doesn't surprise me one bit, everything about this administration is inept, and incompetent.
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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by damianvincent View Post
    This is just wrong, It doesn't surprise me one bit, everything about this administration is inept, and incompetent.
    tell us what you believe should have been done instead
    we are negotiating about dividing a pizza and in the meantime israel is eating it
    once you're over the hill you begin to pick up speed

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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    He's not protecting them.

    He didn't release him Navy...

    They just can't convict him because evidence is thin atm.

    Or should we convict him in a phony trial... that sounds as American as Stalin.
    Then by this argument, as there is no evidence, he SHOULD BE released.

    But no one's calling for that. Why not?
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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    Then by this argument, as there is no evidence, he SHOULD BE released.

    But no one's calling for that. Why not?
    Shhhh!!! He's against "Torture" but indefinite incarceration without evidence is A-OK.
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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Shhhh!!! He's against "Torture" but indefinite incarceration without evidence is A-OK.
    I'm not. Technically speaking yes he should be released immediately.

    But since he'll be a terrorist to you always, he deserves the right to a trial by jury to determine his guilt or innocence.

    Not that even that will matter to you if he's found innocent...

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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Shhhh!!! He's against "Torture" but indefinite incarceration without evidence is A-OK.
    you've confused him with bush....no wait...bush was FOR torture AND indefinite incarceration. what a silly thread.

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    Re: Administration halts prosecution of alleged USS Cole bomber

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    I'm not. Technically speaking yes he should be released immediately.

    But since he'll be a terrorist to you always, he deserves the right to a trial by jury to determine his guilt or innocence.

    Not that even that will matter to you if he's found innocent...
    What does "technically speaking" mean here? Should he be released, or shouldn't he?
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