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damn Canuk terrorists

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i thought it was a well known fact that all terrorists are canadian. or is that all canadians are terrorists?

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The murder and attempted murder charges state that the acts were carried out "in violation of the law of war."

 

an explanation, please?

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The U.S. Supreme Court in June struck down the previous military tribunal system at Guantanamo as unconstitutional. President Bush subsequently signed a law creating a new military tribunal system.

 

Can we have a new reality show about people not giving a shit anymore. Oh, wait.

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The murder and attempted murder charges state that the acts were carried out "in violation of the law of war."

 

an explanation, please?

 

No doubt. Hasn't BushCo taken the position that the laws of war (e.g. Geneva Convetion) do not apply to the United State's treatment of enemy combatants? But now, those same people are being charged with violating the very rules that they themselves are not subject to. My brain hurts. :crosseye:

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The murder and attempted murder charges state that the acts were carried out "in violation of the law of war."

 

an explanation, please?

 

No doubt. Hasn't BushCo taken the position that the laws of war (e.g. Geneva Convetion) do not apply to the United State's treatment of enemy combatants? But now, those same people are being charged with violating the very rules that they themselves are not subject to. My brain hurts. :crosseye:

 

right. This was the paradox that occurred to me.

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