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For al-Qaida, Detroit was just the cheapest flight

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March 24, 2011 – Comments (14)

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110324/ap_on_re_us/us_airline_attack

 

Do we really need a  civil trial to deal with such a person ?

 The wheels of justice how do they move.

 

 

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#1) On March 24, 2011 at 4:13 PM, ikkyu2 (99.29) wrote:

Innocent till proven guilty in the country I live in, sir.  Maybe it's different where you're from - but if so, I wouldn't want to go there.

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#2) On March 24, 2011 at 4:23 PM, L0RDZ (81.84) wrote:

Does anyone actually believe he's innocent ?  do we really need to pay top dollar to defend him ?  defend him from what ? the truth ?

Have his wealthy parents pay for his defense.  In no other country I can think of would something like this occur  with our laws being warped to defend the most vile while also being exposing  us and making us the laughing stocks.

 Right now OSAMA is probably turning in his grave laughing at us.

I almost  accidentally wrote someone else...  in the above sentence, but shame on our dept of justice.

Anywhere else such a person would be deemed an terrorist and military tribunals would dispense if it even went that far.

But thank goodness we are the civil Americans.

Guess who's money is being spent.

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#3) On March 24, 2011 at 4:24 PM, Turfscape (40.50) wrote:

L0RDZ wrote:
"Do we really need a  civil trial to deal with such a person ?"

Yes. What more need be said?

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#4) On March 24, 2011 at 4:28 PM, Turfscape (40.50) wrote:

L0RDZ wrote:
"Anywhere else such a person would be deemed an terrorist and military tribunals would dispense if it even went that far."

We are not anywhere else, nor do we wish to be anywhere else. If you wish to be anywhere else, you may go.

"But thank goodness we are the civil Americans."

Well, some of us are...

"Guess who's money is being spent."

Mine. And I'm happy to spend it. If we spent half the money in the interest of justice and protecting citizens from an overreaching government hellbent on prosecution at all costs that we spend on invading countries with no purpose or exit plan...we would have a much stronger society.

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#5) On March 24, 2011 at 4:50 PM, L0RDZ (81.84) wrote:

Well good for you Turf...

 But the one thing our gov is suppose to do, protect us from outside threats ~  they are miserably failing ~ and wouldn't it be something if the verdict came back not guilty.

but not guilty is not the same as innocent.  hopefully your friends and family never die from terrorists blowing up planes, buildings, etc etc.

But the guy is going to act as his own lawyer... and if the dept of justice screws this one up... someone needs to be held accountable.  and im not talking about any low person on the totem pole.

 

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#6) On March 24, 2011 at 5:04 PM, L0RDZ (81.84) wrote:

A fellow passenger,  I'm assuming an American stopped him from finishing his task.

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#7) On March 25, 2011 at 10:38 AM, Turfscape (40.50) wrote:

L0RDZ wrote:
"hopefully your friends and family never die from terrorists blowing up planes, buildings, etc etc."

And hopefully you and yours never have to live in a country where due process is not required and governments can arrest and indefinitely incarcerate without cause or proof as laid out in a court of law.

Let freedom ring...

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#8) On March 25, 2011 at 11:37 AM, L0RDZ (81.84) wrote:

Turf I won't argue  the points, laws are only illusions,  providing false order out of chaos. 

Our laws should not be made to protect those who don't adhere to any laws or moral compass.  Especially idiots who light their crotchs on fire,  oh how my bleeding heart pours out to such scum.

Live by the sword or fire crotch, let them die by the sword or fire.

FYI  I wouldn't mind once we go thru all the bs of finding him guilty to than cook him like a marshmellow on a stick over a nice warm and toasty flame.

Cruel and unusual punishment is being blown to bits  and if you go around blowing people up and you a such a screw up as this fool,  you should than be subjected to any type of punishment.

Hopefully extremely cruel and unusual.

But hey thats just me. lets just kill him with kindness, apologize, give him lots of money, and pray that he embraces love instead of what he was about to do.

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#9) On March 25, 2011 at 1:24 PM, Turfscape (40.50) wrote:

L0RDZ wrote:
"Hopefully extremely cruel and unusual."

You show yourself to be no different than those you proclaim to oppose.

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#10) On March 28, 2011 at 2:35 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Personally I believe withdraw from around the world. Secure our boaders which copurations don't want. As my Daddy would say let they kill each other and we will deal then who is left. As for paying for his defence. Yes. A NWO pawn should get his day in court. I would like to keep my freedom such as it is and I will give others theirs. OR How do we know that if Millitary Industral Complex had a bill before Congress and it was looking that it would not pass. Simple find some poor shlub. Fill him with hate. Send him on a mission in the name of Alla and volia the bill get pass the corp makes their money and the world goes on.

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#11) On March 28, 2011 at 7:13 PM, L0RDZ (81.84) wrote:

 lquadland10

The fool wants to represent himself in court, I say let him, no payment to any scum lawyers to aid in his defense, he has no defense, no truth, only bs.  I say we put a dog collar on the fool and shock him should he try to spew any irrelevant discussions not that I expect him to be able to form any comprehensible sentences.

No appeals, no food except for any bugs  he can catch or whatever his rich family pays,  I wouldn't have wasted hours of surgery to heal the burns he inflicted upon himself when he tried to kill innocents,  hey if he doesn't survive to see trial I won't shed no tears, the very fact that he still draws breathe is insulting.

How long does it take to have a trial ?  especially when an idiot wants to represent himself, If I was on that plane, you don't want to know what would have happened.

Why haven't we tracked down the gov official who bypassed security to allow this punk on the plane without proper paper-work, its because people like Turf are not important. 

I bet this trial  will begin sometime after the 2012 election. what a joke, who's punchline should have ended years ago.

Had he blown up the plane there wouldn't have been no speedy trial for the victims.

Turf any bs response isnt welcome. so be off.

 

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#12) On March 29, 2011 at 10:24 AM, Turfscape (40.50) wrote:

L0RDZ wrote:
"I say we put a dog collar on the fool and shock him....
No appeals, no food except for any bugs  he can catch....hey if he doesn't survive to see trial I won't shed no tears,...Turf any bs response isnt welcome. so be off"

You forgot to add 'God Bless America' or maybe 'Freedom isn't Free'...

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#13) On March 29, 2011 at 3:32 PM, L0RDZ (81.84) wrote:

God bless you turf...

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#14) On March 30, 2011 at 2:53 PM, L0RDZ (81.84) wrote:

Gandhi quote  "It is better to be violent, if there is violence in our hearts, than to put on the cloak of nonviolence to cover impotence."

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