The first civilian trial of a Gitmo terrorist is over. After acquitting Ghailani of over 200 murder charges, the judge in the case declared that he would not be lenient in sentencing Ghailani on the conspiracy to destroy government buildings. Ghailani got life in jail, on the taxpayer's dime, for conspiracy to destroy government buildings.
In the meantime, William Ayers bombed the New York City Police Headquarters in 1970, the US Capitol building in 1971, and the Pentagon in 1972. All charges were dropped against him and his wife paid a small fine ($1,500) and got three years probation.
So which is the greatest travesty of justice here?