Obama celebrates repudiation with release of another Al Qaeda suspect from Gitmo
And so it begins. Richard A. Serrano reports that early Wednesday morning, just as the magnitude of the midterm repudiation of President Obama and his radical policies was beginning to be realized, the Obama
“The irony of the underlying bill as it’s written is that someone like Khalid Shaikh Mohammed is going to get basically a full military trial with all the bells and
Pentagon: Like It or Not, Gitmo Terrorists Coming to US
Michele Flournoy, President Barack Obama’s newly minted Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, may have unwittingly given a preview of Obama’s big speech on the fate of terrorists currently held
Five Alternatives to Gitmo
Poor Harry Reid and his fellow Democrats are having trouble figuring out what to do with the 241 detainees currently being held at Guantanamo Bay. Such is the dilemma that
Breaking: White House to fight release of detainee photos.
As Jim Geraghty notes, all of Obama’s promises come with an expiration date. All of them. Obama Opposes Releasing Photos of U.S. Detainee Abuse President Obama has decided not to
NYT: Obama May Revive Gitmo Military Tribunals
Reeling from his public relations disaster on handling the waterboarding issue, Obama may be backtracking on his decision to try Gitmo detainees in U.S. criminal courts. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/30531510/ Our President is
Gitmo detainee problem solved!
Now here’s the best idea I’ve heard all day: With the President ordering the closing of Guantanamo Bay, the question arises: what to do with the prisoners there? Of course, there are
Gitmo facility and Alcatraz
Ever since President Obama’s executive order to close the facility at the Guantanamo Bay within the end of year, the debate on where to send detainees continues on. Recently, Republican Rep. Bill Young
President-Elect Obama has recently reiterated his intentions to close the terrorist detention facility at the U.S. installation at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. As former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Detainee
Iraq wants detainees treated as criminals. Victory is ours!
Who said this was an amorphous enemy; that detainees would be held forever; and that we wouldn’t know when we had won?Originally published at The Minority Report’s Live Wire by
The Rule of Law And The Search For Terror
Attorney General Mukasey’s fainting spell at his Federalist Society speech (and his heckling by a member of Washington’s state Supreme Court) have obscured an excellent speech on the Bush Administration’s