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Feinstein: How Bout' Bringing GITMO Detainees to the United States?

Anonymous908 Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 4:54 PM
Detainees in Gitmo need a fair trial to determine whether or not they are guilty. Gitmo is filled with bonafide known terrorist and suspects alike. Not all are guilty. As a nation who holds justice and law in high regard we should have nothing to do with indefinate detention with no due process. I am not arguing that detainees have all of our citizen rights. Don't mistake my messege. This is not appeasement. We cannot have justice without due process. The guilty should be declared guilty. The innocent have no business being held there, and likely tortured. I fear that the US practice of detention of suspects can have profound consequences if we do not offer a reasonable system to seperate the guilty from the innocent.
Bigdogoffthechain Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 2:49 PM
These vermin have no rights of any kind. They are international cutthroats who would murder you as soon as look at you. Under the rules of war, we can detain them until the sun explodes, without charges or trials. Those are the rules; these vermin broke them and placed themselves in their predicament. However, we should take action to try them by military tribunal and hang them as rapidly as possible, if only to ease the burden on the taxpayer. Your comments concerning "torture" are erroneous and offensive to our military personnel. Post your apology for this willfully offensive comment here for all to see.
Libs_Are_UsefulIdiots Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 6:20 PM
"... and likely tortured."

Really? Based on what exactly???
Allen200 Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 7:55 AM
Based on Democratic talking points...

It's happening again. One of the Senate's leading Democrats, Senator Diane Feinstein, has been pushing to bring GITMO detainees into the United States and has hired the Government Accountability Office to look into how it can happen. This is a proposal that failed during the first Obama term due to public outrage and a logistical nightmare, yet it's coming up again as an option.

The Democratic chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence committee commissioned a federal report to identify prison facilities in the U.S. that are suitable for housing Guantanamo detainees, concluding the option is viable -- despite...