Judge Rules First Guantanamo War Crimes Trial Can Begin

WASHINGTON — The first war crimes trial at Guantanamo Bay can begin Monday, a federal judge has ruled, saying civilian courts should let the military process play out as Congress intended.

U.S. District Judge James Robertson on Thursday rejected an effort by Usama bin Laden’s former driver, Salim Hamdan, to postpone his trial. Hamdan argued he would suffer irreparable harm if his was tried before he could challenge the legality of the process.

Trial? Stop wasting my tax dollars

I believe habeas corpus translates to. You have the body. THAT is all that was and is needed, a God damn BODY.

Fox News

2 Responses to “Judge Rules First Guantanamo War Crimes Trial Can Begin”

  1. yojimbo Says:

    Earth to Hambone-the legality of the process has been dealt with so STFU.

    You’re just lucky I’m not in charge of the process of you would really understand what “irreparable harm” means.

  2. Rebecca H Says:

    This whole thing is going to turn into a jihadist circus. And the taxpayer (including ME) is going to pay for the whole stoopid hooplah.

    Give it major media coverage, I say. The howls of the taxpaying grannies, and retirees, and people who are still having to work for a living, will drown out the mealy-mouthed platitudes of grants-funded bleeding hearts, and we’ll finally be done with this bullshit.

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