You Knew It Was Coming

One of the hirabi scum who bombed the U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998 has filed to have his case dismissed. On what grounds you my ask? He was denied the right to a speedy trial of course.

Lawyers for a terrorism suspect once held at Guantánamo Bay who is now facing prosecution in Manhattan asked a judge on Tuesday to dismiss his case on the ground that his nearly five years in detention denied him his constitutional right to a speedy trial.

Remember all the talk about the pitfalls of treating a military threat as a law enforcement problem? There ya go. Foreign born and bred terrorists are being granted Constitutional rights. Or trying to claim that at least.

The terrorism suspect, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, was captured in Pakistan in 2004, held for two years in secret prisons run by the C.I.A., and then moved in 2006 to the naval base at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.

Perfectly appropriate treatment for an illegal enemy combatant captured on the battlefield. Another legal way to treat the bastard would have been to immediately put him up against a wall too. Perhaps the little fuck stick should be a bit more grateful.

During his detention, he says, he was subjected to cruel interrogation techniques and denied a lawyer.

His halal meals weren’t tasty enough.  Yet another example of the Fifth Columns incessant bleating about alleged “torture” coming back to bite us in the ass. It sure made for a good campaign tactic though, didn’t it? Accuse the other party of encouraging, if not outright ordering, torture, so you can regain political power, all the while playing right into the enemies playbook. But we still can’t question their patriotism, right?

Although Mr. egg sucking dog terrorist filth Ghailani faces charges stemming from a terrorist act that predated the Sept. 11 attacks, his speedy trial motion could foreshadow issues that could arise in the prosecution of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the professed organizer of the 9/11 plot, and four other Guantánamo detainees who were recently ordered sent to New York for trial.

Gee, ya fucking think so skippy? Claim your Kewpie doll you mouth-breathing moron.

“We respectfully submit that this case presents possibly the most unique and egregious example of a speedy trial violation in American jurisprudence to date,” Mr. Ghailani’s lawyers said…

And I respectfully submit that you are a clue-bereft, fifth columnist traitor, using our very own Constitution to aid our enemies sworn to destroy us.

…in a motion that was heavily censored because of its reliance on classified information.

Yeah, I’m real sure that classified information will remain censored. Beautiful, just fucking beautiful.

“This motion asks one primary question,” the lawyers, Peter E. Quijano, Michael K. Bachrach and Gregory Cooper, wrote. “Can national security trump an indicted defendant’s constitutional Right to a Speedy Trial? We respectfully submit that the answer is emphatically and without qualification, ‘No.’ ”

The answer is an emphatic and unqualified “You’re a fucking asshat!” Remember those names, Quijano, Bachrach (Ya think he’s Bert’s brother or sumthin’), and Cooper. These fucks think foreign, enemy terrorists have Constitutional rights. Is Ghailani a U.S. citizen? Hmmm, wonder what the chances of that are?

Mr. egg sucking dog terrorist filth Ghailani, a Tanzanian (emhasis mine- crunch) who is believed to be in his mid-30s, has pleaded not guilty. He has been charged with conspiring to help carry out Al Qaeda’s 1998 bombings of the American Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, attacks that killed 224 people. The military has also said that he later served as a cook and a bodyguard for Osama bin Laden.

Yep, U.S. citizen alright. I had totally forgotten about Tanzania being one of our 57 States.

The trial of KSM and his cohorts is sure gonna be fun. Everyone make sure you have good supply of popcorn handy. Or better yet, an even bigger supply of ammo. We’re gonna need it.

21 comments

  1. 1
    Mike M says:

    Any word on if they’re going to require bail or is he going to be released on his own recognizance?

  2. 2
    Skul says:

    It has to be said…”Thanks fiddy2ers, thanks a lot.” :em12:

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    next thing you know, the hirabis will start using the insanity defense…..but then again, given the murderous nature of the death cult they call a religion that one might be more plausible.

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    bruce says:

    :em96: we need to kill a lot more ragheads, :em96: both foreign and domestic.

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    bruce sez:

    we need to kill a lot more ragheads, :em96: both foreign and domestic.

    can’t do that Bruce, they have the same rights as their victims…….

    ……………oh………….

    forget what I just said

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    NickyBoy78 says:

    William Shakespeare had it right, kill all of the lawyers……

    And their goat molesting clients……

    Who’s paying their legal fees, the US taxpayers? Saudi royals? George Soros? Who is the sack of cow jizz that’s stepping in to defend these shit-stains on humanity?

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    americanexpat says:

    So “Foopie” is bitching about not getting a speedy trial, eh? I guess he’s also counting the 6 years that he spent as a fugitive before getting jammed up in Pakistan. And why was he in Pakistan, anyway? Oh, yeah, planning other attacks against the U.S. and the West, just like the miserable little fuck did in East Africa. Call me “unimpressed” with his petition.

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    GamerFromJump says:

    Best way to solve this problem is to count those that aid and abet the enemy as among their number, and act accordingly, IYKWIMAITYD.

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    GamerFromJump says:

    dog terrorist filth Ghailani

    Calling him a dog is unfair to canines.

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    Cannon Fodder says:

    Kinda makes me wonder, after all this filth gets let loose, if someone will lose their last few marbles and, at least try to kill our pResident and chief. After all, they are his friends and he wants them free.

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    GamerFromJump sez:

    Calling him a dog is unfair to canines.

    and it’s unfair to DOG…….just ask Troy

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    pedro4 says:

    I hope he wins the argument and the judge dismisses the case. The outcry will make Obama look like an idiot, oh wait, too late for that. But it might wake up the slumbering morons of this country who have no idea what the issue is here. Oh, and the terrorist will be deported, where he will live out his life as a devout and peaceful muslim.

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    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord <em>Pao An</em> says:

    #6 NickyBoy78 sez:

    Who’s paying their legal fees, the US taxpayers? Saudi royals? George Soros?

    Short form answer, YES. Most, if not all of the Guantanamo detainees are/were represented by attorneys on retainer from the ACLU, or volunteer ACLU supporters of the detainees acting pro bono. The ACLU is funded by a lot of sources, and some of them come from George Soros’ Open Society Foundation, which has a finger in every Leftist, Anti-American pie. Some of the funding surely comes to the ACLU from the Federal Public Defender budget. And there is the matter of the Saudi Royal family which has a network of financial tributaries [in both the feudal and the alluvial senses] funding Wahabist madrassas and pro-jihadi groups. Even if they are not funding the courtroom defense, one can be sure that they are going to pay for the anti-American media coverage that will result.

    I did say “are/were” above. As we discussed, and I linked to testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, in a prior thread; the Attorney General has hired a number of ACLU private attorneys who were representing other Guantanamo detainees, until hired by the Feds, to beef up the “prosecution”. So the ACLU is working both sides. Besides creating a conflict of interest under American Bar Association “Model Code” more than sufficient to dismiss the cases, quite possibly with prejudice; ACLU attorneys do not change sides any more than their Chekisti brethren. We know who they will be really working for. Add that the recently appointed prosecutor was Senator Charles Shumer’s point man pushing for prosecuting anyone who dared to interrogate Al Quada, and the case does not look good.

    Now look at the judges. The majority of the judges in that District were appointed by Democrats, mostly Clinton. The motion for dismissal of charges against Ghailani was to Judge Lewis Kaplan. His record is to dismiss charges against individuals where there is any hint of prosecutorial misconduct. A couple of years ago, he dismissed the largest tax fraud case in US history based on defendent representation issues caused by the government.

    We do not know if the actual trial will be assigned to Kaplan. The judge most frequently mentioned is Hellerstein. Yes, he has experience dealing with the detainees. He is the judge who has ruled consistently for the public revelation of all details of interrogations of Al Quada, and of intelligence sources, means and methods, and in the Abu Graib case. Given the regime’s documented record of manipulating court cases to come out the way they want, and given the nature of what has gone before in this trial; not many of us have the faith in skittles-shitting Unicorns necessary to believe that any semblance of either law or justice will come out of these trials.

    #10 Cannon Fodder sez:

    Kinda makes me wonder, after all this filth gets let loose, if someone will lose their last few marbles and, at least try to kill our pResident and chief.

    This fiasco will take place during what would normally be the 2010 Congressional campaign. We have discussed in some detail how our political class is acting far out of character. Where normally, they take great pains to straddle issues publically so as to try to avoid the appearance of giving terminal offense to groups of constituents; they are acting with deliberate arrogance and contempt, replacing honeyed words with insults and threats. It is an anomaly. A vast one. When you are investigating someone, you look for anomalies and actions that are out of character or contrary to previous routines. Then you look for reasons why.

    William of Ockham [alternate spelling Occam] posited the logical principle: entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem. The principle recommends selection of the hypothesis that introduces the fewest assumptions and postulates the fewest entities while still sufficiently answering the question. When you have literally the entire Democrat caucus acting in this way, abandoning previous political behavior and showing contempt for the voters, the simplest explanation that covers things is that they do not believe that they will ever be held accountable by the voters again. Something is expected to prevent such.

    Think of the night of 27 February 1933 as one possibility. Think Marinus van der Lubbe.

    And know that it is but one scenario that could fill the bill. Terrorist attacks, economic collapse, a losing war; all are possibilities, and there are more. The failure of these trials amongst them.

    When the rule of Law is subsumed into the will of those in power… When the Constitution no longer binds the conduct of government… When the normal means of political activity no longer affect the political process; one must reexamine the nature of what does and does not actually influence what is happening. That reality is far darker and deadlier to opponents of the state. We have seen such in the history of the West; ranging from Saddam’s shredding machines to the Glavnoye Upravlyeniye Ispravityel’no-Trudovih Lagyeryey i koloniy, to the intrigues of the Roman and Byzantine courts. The normal state of mankind throughout its history has been tyranny, with a few bright sparks of light against the gloom. The golden age of Democracy in Athens lasted less than two generations, and was itself underpinned by a huge slave class. The notion that ruler and ruled are subject to the same laws has only been carried into practice in limited places, and for slightly longer than we have been a country. It is a notion that the regime by its statements and acts has rejected. It would be irrational to think that they will hold the Law and Constitution in the same regard as we. It is madness to depend on it.

    We are watching the Go-stones being placed around us. Evil times, and evil deeds, are in our future. We know that the truth of the matter will not come from either the regime or the government controlled media. Watch that future, unclouded by the fog of deception that they are laying down. Guide your actions by the objective reality that exists and not the mist with which they would deceive us.

    And on the third day, may we who remain look to the East and see the light ending the Long Night.

    LC Subotai Bahadur, Lord Pao An

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    GamerFromJump says:

    Wasn’t it Aristotle who stated that a democracy is what a republic degrades into?

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    LC Jon Imperial Hunter says:

    Accurate, lucid and deep as usual, Subotai

    And scary as Hell.

    Is it possible that the entire demoncrap contingent can be aware of the fix and it not leak out in some way? A secret that big is hard to keep. Or is it, rather, that they just feel too big for their britches having fallen for their own press and the incompetence/collusion of the repubicans?

    Get ready. Mind, kit and training.

    Jon

    III

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    LC PrimEviL says:

    In regards to Cannon Fodder’s comment @#10 :
    Wouldn’t be just chummy if they did? :em02:

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    LC TerribleTroy, Imperial Centurion says:

    All I can say is Im ready to rumble….. and my Son will be operational in 4 yrs… wanna make the socialists crazy…… hit the electrical transfomers drive by style in a area occupied by thier base voters…it doesnt take much to impact cellular commo either…

    When you think about it we need a reset one way or the other. The system has been perverted to the extreme

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    LCRedneckProgrammer says:

    Hail Rotts!! :em04:
    @ Troy I can “smell” the reset comming. I need some advice. I have no military training but,
    I live on a ridge(high ground) and have identified my fields of fire. I also have a small mountain
    to my rear to retreat to (worst case scenario). Can you suggest some tactical manuals that I
    could read so as to educate myself as to the defense of my “base” so as to not become
    “suicide by cop”? This would be helpfull. :em04: :em04: :em04:

  19. 19
    LC Jon Imperial Hunter says:

    In regards to LCRedneckProgrammer’s comment @ :

    Read James Wesley Rawles’ book, “Patriots”. Not the greatest literature (although a pretty fair yarn) but full of preparedness and tactics.

    Better yet, go the Sipsey Street Irregulars and read many past posts, and various chapters of “Absolved” (a novel of resistance) for mental and practical preparedness. You first have to accept the possibilities before you can begin to prepare.

    Jon

    III

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    LC Jon Imperial Hunter says:

    Sipsey Street HERE.

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    LCRedneckProgrammer says:

    Thanks Brother LC Jon :em04: :em04: :em04:
    I will do the research ASAP. Bless you and keep your powder dry. :em69:

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