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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Somali terror suspect goes on trial in New York

The Obama administration would rather let terrorists go then actually prosecute them, that is why they want to bring them into U.S. courts, they will get the full benefits of being a U.S. Citizen in court.
Instead of sending them to Gitmo where they belong and having them prosecuted there by a court that will at least convict them of their deeds, in a U.S. court they get to run their mouths and have a chance to con-volute and twist everything, and ultimately be set free within the U.S.

I much rather prefer the kill first method.

A Somali man has appeared in court in New York, charged with assisting al-Qaeda and militants from Somalia's al-Shabab group.

Ahmed Abdulkadir Warsame was seized in the Gulf of Aden in April and was then interrogated for two months on a US warship before his trial in America.

It is a sign of how President Barack Obama's administration plans to deal with terrorist suspects captured abroad, a BBC correspondent says...

The news agency adds that after the interrogation was complete, the FBI began questioning Mr Warsame from scratch - in a way that could be used in court.

The fact that Mr Warsame was held during his interrogation on the warship is a sign of how the US plans to deal with terrorist suspects seized abroad, the BBC's Tom Burridge in Washington reports.

Having promised - and so far failed - to close Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, President Obama is unlikely to want to increase the prison population there, our correspondent says.

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