One of my relatives on Facebook pointed out to me the obvious flaw in Attorney General Eric “Nation of Cowards” Holder’ decision to try Khalid Sheik Mohammed in civilian court. She noted, “All he has to do is decide to represent himself; then ask fo copies of all the evidence against him. As soon as he has the evidence, he tells the court he’s never been read his Miranda rights and was tortured into a confession by the admission of the President of the United States himself — and then the court throws out his case, he takes all that Top-Secret evidence back to Pakistan to get more Americans killed.”
Cheese Louise — can’t argue that logic. And in case you think her logic’s farfetched:
A disbarred New York lawyer convicted in 2005 on charges of supporting terrorism by helping an imprisoned blind Egyptian cleric smuggle messages to militant followers was ordered to prison by a U.S. federal appeals court that upheld her conviction on Tuesday.
The appeals court also ordered the trial judge to consider lengthening the 28-month prison sentence given to civil rights lawyer Lynne Stewart, 70, saying the judge had declined to consider whether Stewart committed perjury.
Stewart was sentenced in October 2006 to 28 months in prison for helping her client, Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, contact the Islamic Group, which the U.S. government lists as a terrorist organization.
Prosecutors said messages Stewart passed on for Abdel-Rahman could have incited violence in Egypt.
Gotta wonder what else this dipstick also passed to Muslims in Egypt as well.
This is what we get when we elect amateurs to government positions. Chaos.