Modification One Edit
There is a reason why the Geneva Convention grants people the right to speedily plead their case in front of a judge or jury who do not have a vested interest in the outcome. It is imperative that this right be preserved to those imprisioned at Guantanamo Bay as well.
The Pro Case Edit
For months, grim interrogators grilled them over a satirical article Dost had written in 1998, when the Clinton administration offered a $5-million reward for Osama bin Laden. Dost responded that Afghans put up 5 million Afghanis -- equivalent to $113 -- for the arrest of President Bill Clinton.
"It was a lampoon ... of the poor Afghan economy" under the Taliban, Badr recalled. The article carefully instructed Afghans how to identify Clinton if they stumbled upon him. "It said he was clean-shaven, had light-colored eyes and he had been seen involved in a scandal with Monica Lewinsky," Badr said.
The interrogators, some flown down from Washington, didn't get the joke, he said.
The Con Case Edit
Donald likes keeping hostiles in Gitmo. As the man with the say, he gets it his way. He's the Jimbo of the Pentagon.