Wednesday, November 17, 2010

US Embassy Bomber "Not Guilty" On All But One Count, Says Civilian Jury UPDATE: Obama InJustice Dept. "Pleased" At Verdict

Late breaking news coming tonight, illustrating why George W. Bush was right in establishing military tribunals to try these terrorist scum (Fox News).
Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Ahmed Ghailani was found not guilty on all but one charge Wednesday by a civilian jury in New York, in a case with ramifications for President Obama's policy toward Guantanamo and civilian trials for terror suspects.

Ghailani was acquitted in federal court on more than 280 charges in connection with the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, including one murder count for each of the 224 people killed. He was found guilty for only one charge, conspiracy to destroy government buildings.

Ghailani faces a minimum sentence of 20 years in prison and a possible life sentence. He will remain in custody and sentencing will take place at a future date.

The acquittal is seen as a major blow to the U.S. government, as Ghailani was the first former Gitmo detainee to be tried in a civilian courtroom. The case had been viewed as a possible test case for President Barack Obama administration's aim of putting other terror detainees -- including self-professed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four other terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -- on trial on U.S. soil.
To sum it up: it's more of a crime to destroy a government building than kill humans.

This is modern day injustice under the terrorist friendly Attorney General Eric Holder and Muslim sympathizer Barack Hussein Obama: Islamofascist terrorists get off light, while law abiding Americans get sexually harassed for the crime of flying on an airplane.

Weasel Zippers posts that the Obama InJustice Department is "pleased" with the verdict.

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