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  1. #1 Obama Appointed Gitmo Radicals to DOJ 
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    Under pressure from Senate Republicans, Eric Holder has finally admitted that the "post-partisan" candidate for "change" has appointed nine separate ultra-liberal, America-hating Gitmo terror-apologists to sensitive posts within the Department of Justice.

    Holder is doing everything he can to avoid releasing their names, but two of these far left lunatics have already been outed. One is Jennifer Daskal--a radical anti-U.S. hysteric from the leftist front group Human Rights Watch. Daskal relentlessly trashed this country and falsely accused our troops of torture while representing al Qaida terrorists held at Gitmo. She also has zero prosecutorial or national security experience.

    The other Obama-appointed al Qaida lawyer we know about, Neal Katyal, was instrumental in the release of Osama bin Laden's driver, who admitted to knowingly aiding the terrorist leader in the wake of 9/11. These are the people Barack Obama thought would be best suited for protecting America from terrorists.

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    Jennifer Daskal

    Jennifer Daskal is an American lawyer who serves as senior counsel for Human Rights Watch, and focuses on issues of terrorism, criminal law and immigration. She is also currently a political hire at the Department of Justice, which is seeking to prosecute terror suspects through the criminal justice system instead of through military tribunals.

    A graduate of Harvard Law School, Cambridge and Brown University and a Marshall Scholar,Daskal garnered attention after traveling to the countries to which Guantanamo captives have been released, to verify that those countries are abiding by the undertakings they made to the US Government to respect the returned captives' human rights.

    In June 2009 the Washington Times published a op-ed from Kirk Lippold, the former commander of the USS Cole at the time of the bombing, that was critical of the Barack Obama Presidency, for not showing enough sympathy to American victims of terror.One of the examples Lippold cited was Daskal's appointment. He suggested her former work on behalf of Guantanamo captives meant she was not qualified to understand the rights of victims of terrorist attacks, stating: "The rights of detainees have overshadowed the rights of victims of terrorism."

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    Neal K. Katyal
    Paul and Patricia Saunders Professor of National Security Law; Director, Center on National Security and the Law
    A.B., Dartmouth; J.D., Yale
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    Neal Katyal, a Professor at Georgetown University Law School, recently won Hamdan v. Rumsfeld in the United States Supreme Court, a case that challenged the policy of military trials at Guantanamo Bay Naval Station, Cuba. The Supreme Court sided with him by a 5-3 vote, finding that President Bush's tribunals violated the constitutional separation of powers, domestic military law, and international law. As former Solicitor General and Duke law professor Walter Dellinger put it "Hamdan is simply the most important decision on presidential power and the rule of law ever.
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    Your headline's wording leaves the impression that inmates from Gitmo have been appointed to the DOJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    Your headline's wording leaves the impression that inmates from Gitmo have been appointed to the DOJ.
    Close enough. O Blah Blah's appointees appear to come from an assylum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    Your headline's wording leaves the impression that inmates from Gitmo have been appointed to the DOJ.
    Only to the liberal 'hive' mind !

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