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[11PzG]matyast

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#1 10 years ago

BBC NEWS | Americas | First Guantanamo video released

Okay, let's think a little. This guy, possibly killed a US soldier in a warzone. That is essentially wrong, but it IS a warzone. I don't see every US soldier who has killed someone on trial. Where is the justice?

And then we come to the point. "Mr Khadr, the only Westerner still held at the jail, was 15 when he was captured by US forces during a gun battle at a suspected al-Qaeda camp in Afghanistan." What on Earth is the matter with people these days. Besides the fact that the guys doing the interview clearly had no linguistic skills...

What were you guys doing when 15? I remember I was happily entering Upper Secondary (Highschool?). I had 3 lovely years in there, and now I am studying in a University. About 90% of my friends are from that period. Best time of my life.

This guy is the same age as me...they have robbed a child of 6 years of precious life. Important time for the development of a normal person. What about the US kids who have shot someone, do they get 6+ years in a high-security prison?

I am just lost for words really...HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE IN THE 21ST CENTURY!!:uhoh:




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#2 10 years ago

So terrorists need fair trials for killing millions? All right then. Then robbers need to be released and forgiven, and murderers to be fined instead of jailed. Terrorism is the worst act of crime, and if they get a fair trial, why shouldn't rapists?




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#3 10 years ago

At least give them a fair trial. You can sentence people to long prison terms, as long as there is EVIDENCE. A trial is NOT the same as releasing someone. At least not in normal countries.

Serio...how old are you? We are talking about a very special case. A 15 year old boy, serving a long long term.

Which terrorist killed millons...just out of interest?




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#4 10 years ago
Serio;4437727So terrorists need fair trials for killing millions? All right then. Then robbers need to be released and forgiven, and murderers to be fined instead of jailed. Terrorism is the worst act of crime, and if they get a fair trial, why shouldn't rapists?

Ok, I'm thinking you don't know what a fair trial is.

A fair trial is when an independant judge looks at your case and then determins if you are guilty or not. This includes evidence, witnesses, etc... There needs to be proof that you are a criminal before you can be treated as one, regardless of the crime you are accused of.

The right to a fair trial is an essential right in all civilised countries. It is included in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the European Convention of Human Rights and even the United States Consitution.




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#5 10 years ago

'[11PzGmatyast;4437737']At least give them a fair trial. You can sentence people to long prison terms, as long as there is EVIDENCE. A trial is NOT the same as releasing someone. At least not in normal countries.

Serio...how old are you? We are talking about a very special case. A 15 year old boy, serving a long long term.

Which terrorist killed millons...just out of interest?

... You must not be from Europe then. All terrorists are the same. Even if they're only suspected. There was this case a while back, they suspected a 12 year old to be in support with Al-Qaeda. But because he was that young, they just dismissed it. Ended up with 12 dead.




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#6 10 years ago

Im sorry but what did the Canadian interrogator do wrong in the video?

Im sickened, disgusted, and appalled that anyone sympathized with the prisoner.

Cant move his arms? He seemed to do just fine taking his shirt on and off.

When he complained he was too hot it looks like they turned on a wall mounted air conditioner. How brutal.

Being 15 apparently did not interfere with his ability to pick up a rifle, to fight, or to throw hand grenades. And now he should be show lienency due to his age?

What I will agree with is that its time to charge him or release him.




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Anlushac11;4437909Im sorry but what did the Canadian interrogator do wrong in the video?

Im sickened, disgusted, and appalled that anyone sympathized with the prisoner.

Cant move his arms? He seemed to do just fine taking his shirt on and off.

When he complained he was too hot it looks like they turned on a wall mounted air conditioner. How brutal.

Being 15 apparently did not interfere with his ability to pick up a rifle, to fight, or to throw hand grenades. And now he should be show lienency due to his age?

What I will agree with is that its time to charge him or release him.

That's exactly what i meant!




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#8 10 years ago
'[11PzGmatyast;4437694'] This guy is the same age as me...they have robbed a child of 6 years of precious life.

I don't see what was so "precious" about his life. He forfeited his right to a precious life when he decided to kill American soldiers. They should have just shot him and we wouldn't have to waste time dealing with this trial.

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#9 10 years ago

well i could bitch at you, but how weird it is, you are right, it's a shame that it was such a young kid, but he decided to fight, and a fight on life and dead, leaves you the right to kill the boy




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#10 10 years ago
abandonator;4437958well i could bitch at you, but how weird it is, you are right, it's a shame that it was such a young kid, but he decided to fight, and a fight on life and dead, leaves you the right to kill the boy

Didnt say he had to be killed. He has a right to a trial as Lightning said. Charge him or release him.

If he is charged and I were the judge I would find him guilty then free him based on time already served as a prisoner.