KSM: America uses ‘national security’ excuse to murder, torture millions
During courtroom proceedings Oct. 17, Khalid Sheikh Mohammad raised his hand, as if he was in a third grade classroom, to get the judge’s attention.
ACLU accuses GTMO court of trying to control ‘thoughts, experiences and memories’
If the government gets its way, virtually every comment the detainees make in court will be censored, unless the government’s prosecutor deems the dialogue appropriate for the courtroom proceedings.
GTMO judge rules KSM may remain silent
When asked if he understood his rights Khalid Sheikh Mohammed told the judge, “I don’t think there is any justice in this court.”
Babeu: Docs prove Obama officials treated bounties on agents as acceptable risks
Among other things found acceptable: increased drug smuggling and human trafficking.
UPDATED: Border Patrol agent murdered in Arizona
It’s been just about two years since Border Patrol agent Brian Terry was murdered in the same region by a “fast and furious” gun.