Tuesday, November 18, 2003

Convicting Terrorists

John Allen Muhammad has been convicted of murder, terrorism and conspiracy for his role in the "Washington Sniper" killings. In a normal court, in front of a normal jury, under normal rules of evicence, with no military tribunals or stacked decks in sight.

If it's good enough for him, then why isn't it good enough for the prisoners at Gunantanamo?