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2006-03-13 Home Front: WoT
Moussaoui Trial In Jeopardy
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Posted by Seafarious 2006-03-13 13:58|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [497 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 "She was at the Classified Information Act procedures hearing and she should have known it was wrong," Novak said.

If Carla Martin's actions cause Moussaoui to evade the needle, she should be forced to pay for the cost of jailing this maggot for life. Should there be conclusive evidence indicating Martin knew in advance that her actions were a direct violation of court instructions, she should be jailed as well. Preferrably, with Moussaoui.
Posted by Zenster 2006-03-13 14:22||   2006-03-13 14:22|| Front Page Top

#2 Carla needs to be disbarred for life
Posted by Frank G 2006-03-13 15:14||   2006-03-13 15:14|| Front Page Top

#3 Hell, just tell the judge directly, we'll release the dude with specified time, date, and location so the American people can rendure justice which, like the court in the Hague is unable/unwilling to do.
Posted by Spaviling Sneatch6753 2006-03-13 15:50||   2006-03-13 15:50|| Front Page Top

#4 Let's not go nuts here. Yes, Ms. Martin messed up. Bad.

But even without Ms Martin's error, the death penalty case against Moussaoui wasn't a very good bet. It required a novel logical link between a Moussaoui non action (he did not provide correct testimony) and whether such testimony would have prevented the 9-11 atrocities. A death penalty would have been instantly appealed and quite possible overturned.
Posted by mhw 2006-03-13 16:13||   2006-03-13 16:13|| Front Page Top

#5 These guys are going to screw this up to the point he walks. It sounds like she released classified documents to whitnesses as well. This guy confesses and we still can't get it right! The fed judge has every right to be pissed, imagine being the judge that has to let this scum live. The judge must now report her to the bar and get this TSA attorney disbarred for being stupid. Hopefully it will be the New YUork Bar assoc that get to decide her fate.
Posted by 49 Pan">49 Pan  2006-03-13 16:28||   2006-03-13 16:28|| Front Page Top

#6 ... the death penalty case against Moussaoui wasn't a very good bet.

Just incarcerate him with the general population and that'll change. Jeffrey Dahmer's prison lifespan would look enviable by comparison.
Posted by Zenster 2006-03-13 16:29||   2006-03-13 16:29|| Front Page Top

#7 Just incarcerate him with the general population and that'll change. Jeffrey Dahmer's prison lifespan would look enviable by comparison.

I doubt it. He'd be protected by his co-religionists in the prison.
Posted by Robert Crawford">Robert Crawford  2006-03-13 16:37|| http://www.kloognome.com/]">[http://www.kloognome.com/]  2006-03-13 16:37|| Front Page Top

#8 He'd be protected by his co-religionists in the prison.

Let them interpose their bodies, for all of the good it would do him. Methinks the Aryan Brotherhood would welcome an opportunity.
Posted by Zenster 2006-03-13 16:49||   2006-03-13 16:49|| Front Page Top

#9 He'd be protected by his co-religionists in the prison.

A "Target Rich®" environment
Posted by Mullah Richard 2006-03-13 16:53||   2006-03-13 16:53|| Front Page Top

#10 Moussaoui was complicit in committing an act of war against the United States and was not in military uniform. If that's not grounds for a date with a firing squad - what is?
Posted by DMFD 2006-03-13 21:34||   2006-03-13 21:34|| Front Page Top

#11 FDR had used military tribunals against the German saboteurs who landed on Long Island during WW2, two of whom were naturalized American citizens. That's right - Americans. And FDR was later upheld by the Supreme Court. This admitted terrorist is NOT a citizen and he gets a US court. This case, from its inception, is a cogent argument in favor of Club Gitmo and military tribunals.
Posted by doc 2006-03-13 22:11||   2006-03-13 22:11|| Front Page Top

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