Guilty? maybe not but we’ll keep you here til we decide

3 December 2003

Interesting article in the Guardian , bout the Guantanamo Bay detainess. I really dont understand why they are been treated in such a covert manner. After all if they are guilty then wouldn’t a regular court be able to prove that? And the manner in which they are been treated means that any confessions or admissions of guilt are not going to have any real impact. After all no one can withstand almost continual abuse, and in order to lesson it most people would admit to things they never did.

And some members of the new legal defence team remain deeply unhappy with the trials – known as ‘military commissions’ – believing them to be slanted towards the prosecution and an affront to modern US military justice.”

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