Bin Laden's son-in-law accuses U.S. of torture, collusion with Iran

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    Scott Johnson

    So the evidence against him is that he stood beside bin Laden and flapped his gums?

    The fact that they are going for a civilian trial might take them from -10 to -5, but there is still a ways to go to get to plain old zero on the justice scale. Its yet another day to be thoroughly embarrassed by my government.

  • 3


    partly on the grounds he had been tortured on the flight that brought him to the United States.

    Well yes, since 9-11 one might indeed say that the quality of service on the airlines has deteriorated considerably. I often feel the same way when flying tourist class.

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    "Abu Ghaith, a 47-year-old Kuwaiti national, is best-known for his incendiary statements alongside bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri in the immediate aftermath of 9/11.

    In a speech cited by the U.S. government indictment, Abu Ghaith defended the attacks and warned Americans the "storms shall not stop, especially the airplanes storm."

    Well, in spite of Abu's wishes, the "airplanes storm" has been stopped since 9/11.

    "The submission says Abu Ghaith was interrogated on the flight from Jordan under "capture shock" tactics designed to induce extreme vulnerability and terror in their client.

    The tactics included being stripped naked, shackled and subjected to sensory deprivation through the use of blackout goggles and ear coverings, which the defendant says were refitted whenever he stopped answering questions."

    Now that's what I call torture! Makes waterboarding, being beat up until you're unrecognizable or being beheaded look like a picnic!

  • 0

    Elbuda Mexicano

    This guy should be sent off to Guantanamo, CUBA, and let Castro,not the US Marines, torture him Cuban comunista style! Then and only then will these terrorists begin to appreciate and LOVE the USA!

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