Friday, November 13, 2009

Some questions I have

Obama's US Attorney General, Eric Holder, has decided to bring admitted 9/11 mastermind, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his co-conspirators, to Federal Court in New York City to stand trial. They will be afforded all the privileges of a US citizen. Several questions come to mind:

1. Were they read their rights?

2. Did the arresting officers have a search warrant when they seized evidence?

3. How were the confessions obtained?

4. Would it be possible to find a jury without any preconceived notions of guilt?

5. If a jury is seated, what sort of security would be provided for the jurists and their families if the "alleged criminals" are found guilty?

6. If the co-conspirators are found innocent how much US taxpayer money will be spent to protect KSM and his pals?

7. The last trial of a minor 9/11 conspirator took 5 years. How long will this one last?

8. Did we give those who attacked us at Pearl Harbor their day in court in Honolulu?

1 comment:

Mike West said...

They have already plead guilty and have expressed a desire to be executed. This is meant to embarrass the Bush administration and the US for "torturing." Plain and simple. I cannot stand BO and his administration. They are border line evil.