Thursday, January 21, 2010

Al-Ghizzawi's Personal War Criminal, Matthew Waxman, Tries to Hide

Seems that Professor Matthew Waxman, Mr. Al-Ghizzawi's personal war criminal, the man who decided that Guantanamo prisoners who were found not to be enemy combatants back in 2004 during their Combat Status Review Tribunals (CSRTs) and who should have their CSRTs redone by different tribunals (the rubber stamp tribunals) is now suggesting an interesting conspiracy theory... Waxman has told people not to believe that the emails from him....were really from him.
Nice try Matt but we all know you are the one responsible for implementing the can run but you can't hide...and we will not forget.
Mr. Al-Ghizzawi has spent an additional five years (and still counting) at Guantanamo because of you.
At least thirty eight other men have had similar fates.
Mr. Al-Ghizzawi and the others have had to live with your arrogance and idiocy for all these years...the least you can do is own up to it....maybe even apologize.

Why is the possible murder at Gitmo a non-story?

Click on the title to read Dahlia Lithwicks's take on this important story.

And in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday this week ask yourself if this is still true:

"It may be true that the law cannot make a man love me, but it can keep him from lynching me, and I think that's pretty important."
Martin Luther King, Jr.