Saturday, May 16, 2009

US Releases Boumediene
From Gitmo

by Nedra Pickler - May 15th, 2009 - Associated Press

The United States on Friday released the Guantanamo Bay prisoner who was at the center of a Supreme Court battle giving detainees the right to challenge their confinement, an Obama administration official said.

Lakhdar Boumediene left the U.S. naval facility in Cuba Friday headed to relatives in France, said the official, who spoke on a condition of anonymity because the release was not yet cleared for announcement.

Boumediene was arrested along with five other Algerians in 2001 in Bosnia, suspected in a bomb plot against the U.S. embassy in Sarajevo. He arrived in Guantanamo in January 2002.

It will be interesting to see how long it takes before this avowed enemy of our nation returns to the battlefield to kill Americans. Anthony Kennedy can be so proud of that. He has defined our Constitution as a suicide pact, something that earlier justices would not do. Of course Kennedy is just one of the arrogant self satisfied narcissists who populate our Supreme Court. The problem is that the battlefield to these Islamo-fascists is anywhere there is an American and the enemy is anyone who resents being made to swear allegiance to Allah.

Can we assume that Kennedy will be swearing his allegiance soon? It is obvious he doesn't respect the rights of Americans. To Kennedy everyone in the world is American, even those who want to kill us.


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