And so was Obama. Obama sent the dastardly murdering Jihadi to Texas to out process to Afghanistan and he got angwy...
SANAA, YEMEN -- In his first interview with a journalist since the Fort Hood rampage, Yemeni American cleric Anwar al-Aulaqi said that he neither ordered nor pressured Maj. Nidal M. Hasan to harm Americans, but that he considered himself a confidant of the Army psychiatrist who was given a glimpse via e-mail into Hasan's growing discomfort with the U.S. military. [...]
Right. He neither pressured or ordered the massacre. Right. Isn't that just like a libtard? Oh. Wait. He is a Jihadi. SAme-same in my estimation. If the schmuck was a "confidant" of Hasan, how can we possibly admit to or agree with Anwar al-Aulaqi? Cry me a river and why isn't that idiot in jail?
Isn't that just sweet? They were just pals.
Here's another libtard-hate lad: John Yoo / Wall Street Journal: The KSM Trial Will Be an Intelligence Bonanza for al Qaeda
'This is a prosecutorial decision as well as a national security decision," President Barack Obama said last week about the attorney general's announcement that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and other al Qaeda operatives will be put on trial in New York City federal court.
No, it is not. It is a presidential decision—one about the hard, ever-present trade-off between civil liberties and national security.
Trying KSM in civilian court will be an intelligence bonanza for al Qaeda and the hostile nations that will view the U.S. intelligence methods and sources that such a trial will reveal. The proceedings will tie up judges for years on issues best left to the president and Congress.
Whether a jury ultimately convicts KSM and his fellows, or sentences them to death, is beside the point. The treatment of the 9/11 attacks as a criminal matter rather than as an act of war will cripple American efforts to fight terrorism. It is in effect a declaration that this nation is no longer at war. [...]
The "president" and Congress. Good God. When was the last time our Congress ever did anything "constitutional"? Giving The One the "benefit of the doubt" (like someone else has said, wrongly), he did say that the terrorists would face Military Tribunals but the libtards are pulling his strings because he cannot make a decision on his own power. President Bush ALWAYS made his own decisions, even though some of them were ill-advised. Obama? ASSHAT.
Defending the man accused of premeditated murder in the Nov. 5 shooting rampage at Fort Hood is the kind of test that many lawyers dread, and that some live for.
How does Col. John P. Galligan, the retired Army officer who is representing the accused, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, defend someone who shot and killed 13 people before so many witnesses, whose story became national news, in a court where the judge and jury will be fellow soldiers?
Military experts say the best Colonel Galligan might hope for is to save his client from the death penalty. [...]
And if that happens, someone needs to contact me because I will finish the job. Get this ending:
[...] Major Hasan’s lawyer could try to reach a plea agreement for something less than the death penalty, said Jack B. Zimmermann, a retired Marine who heads the military law committee for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. But if the trial goes forward, as is considered likely, Colonel Zimmermann suggested that defense lawyers might try to bring up “unlawful command influence.” [END]
Typical libatrdish bulls***. "Unlawful command influence". I suppose the moron doesn't understand the UCMJ.
Previously linked was Hot Air:
So much for the “research” excuse offered by the FBI on why Nidal Hasan’s continuing correspondence with a known al-Qaeda recruiter and suspect in the 9/11 attacks didn’t require further investigation. [...]
No wonder The One wants everythng more or less halted. Didn't we hear all kinds of lunacy from the "law enforcement" officials saying no one told them anything? Please.
See these posts:
It's the Jihad, stupid - Code Pink Gets it Wrong About Major Nidal Hasan - (code pink?) - Mark Steyn: Hasan was hiding in plain sight - Fort Hood's Military Victims Effectively Barred From Collecting Damages.
I have many more on this issue and they will not stop.
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