Criminal Trials for Terrorists

January 23rd, 2010

By Tom Carter Dan Miller, an attorney and a former Army JAG officer, has written two articles at Pajamas Media on the Obama Administration’s policy of trying some foreign terrorists as common criminals in federal courts.  These articles very effectively combine legal reasoning and common sense to refute any argument in favor of criminal trials for terrorists.  I highly recommend […]

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Justice for Terrorists

January 9th, 2010

By Tom Carter The Obama Administration’s decision to try some terrorists in federal court as common criminals is controversial.  This policy has been applied to Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a Nigerian citizen apprehended in the United States, as well as Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and others, non-U.S. citizens captured in foreign countries.  Other terrorists have also been tried, […]

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Terrorists and Criminals

November 17th, 2009

By Tom Carter I’ve been reading a lot the past few days about the decision of the Attorney General and the President to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and a few of his fellow terrorists in federal court in New York City. Most liberals support the decision, and most conservatives don’t.  That’s routine in today’s highly partisan political environment.  […]

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