[quote=“Chris”]Lakhdar Boumediene was an innocent human rights worker when he was swept up by Bosnian police in 2002 on suspicion of terrorism. Just as they were about to release him due to complete lack of evidence or cause, he was then seized by the US and transferred to Guantanamo where he was mistreated (cough…tortured…cough) and held for over 7 years without being charged or even asked about his supposed crime. It took the Supreme Court to find against the Bush Administration to get him released.
An innocent man, held without charge or evidence for seven years…not by some evil third-world junta, but by the United States of America, the supposed good guys.
Will Bush and Cheney, who campaigned on “accountability”, be held accountable for this crime against humanity? I am not optimistic.[/quote]
innocent! Tish! Go back to your foil hat wearing, you traitorous nonconformist, you! Why would a government as large and as responsible as the one in the U.S. ever somehow have an agenda which places blame at the feet of the innocent?! Now, what’s to be gained by doing such a thing? It just doesn’t make sense at all. I mean after all the evidence that Iraq was so clearly responsible for 911 why would anyone in their right mind question the fact that any dark skinned or heavily tanned person is a terrorist? Trials are for innocent people, evidence is for naysayers!
BTW, I have good intel to suggest that the recent economic downturn was caused by a group of elite econoterrorists hidden all over large oil fields in Iran and Venezuela. It’s true! And God confirmed it when he spoke to me last night.