#1 Are “Al Queda 7 Lawyers Among Those Who Violated Rules at Gitmo
03-16-2010, 01:51 PM
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And possibly incited released terrorists to kill again?
"Never,ever, totally trust a lawyer.Even when they are on your retainer they work for the courts first and foremost.They mix their, Most often,liberal Politics with the law and never tell you the full story always angling for an increase in their retaier ."
Gitmo Attorneys shared photos of CIA covert agents with terrorists. Why no media outrage? Gitmo Attorney’s violated the rules and passed along anti-U.S. propaganda inciting terrorists to kill again? Are these lawyers now working in Obama’s Dept. of Justice?
In an op-ed in Monday’s Wall Street Journal Debra Burlingame, sister of “Chic” Burlingame III, pilot of American Airlines flight 77, which was crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001, describes how attorneys representing the terrorists at the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba violated the rules and undermined U.S. national security.
Burlingame also describes how terrorists represented by these attorneys were released and went on to conduct further terrorist operations targeting innocent civilians. Are these the same attorneys who now have access to classified information while working in Obama’s Dept. of Justice?
Former Asst. U.S. Attorney, Andrew McCarthy, who prosecuted the 1993 bombers of the World Trade Center has this take on the information:
The Gitmo Bar —
in gross violation of the conditions of access to the enemy combatants — provided al Qaeda detainees with a propaganda brochure that instructed them on how falsely to claim that they had been tortured and abused.
As the Gitmo commander put it, “The very nature of this document gives tremendous moral support to those who would strike out against our country…. It is not a factual report.
Instead it is filled with second and third hand accounts, photos of protests that were staged, inflammatory photos from Iraq and provocative story captions.”
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