Judge Tosses Most Evidence Against Gitmo Jihadi Inmate

This is what happens when you take Islamic terrorists caught and questioned on the battlefield and put them into the U.S. justice system instead of military tribunals (or just hold the scumbags till the end of the conflict)

A federal judge has tossed out most of the government’s evidence against a tarrorism detainee on grounds his confessions were coerced, allegedly by U.S. forces, before he became a prisoner at Guantanamo Bay.

In a ruling this week, U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan also said the government failed to establish that 23 statements the detainee made to interrogators at Guantanamo Bay were untainted by the earlier coerced statements made while he was held under harsh conditions in Afghanistan.

As Jammie Wearing Fool points out, the AP cannot even let themselves spell terrorism correctly.And the ruling will be used by defense attorneys to get the evidence against their scumbag clients thrown out. Because blasting music into their cells is now considered torture

The detainee says that after five days in a Pakistani prison, he was handed over to U.S. forces and flown to a pitch-black prison he believes was in Afghanistan. He says he was suspended in his cell by his left hand and that guards blasted his cell with music 24 hours a day.

What happens when you get Khalid Sheik Mohammed and the other jihadis into federal court in New York City, as well as other Gitmo vacationers? Will a judge throw out lots and lots of evidence? Will there be enough evidence left for a jury to convict? That would never happen in a liberal mecca like NYC, right? Right?

The judge did rule that there was still enough evidence to hold the scumbag, though. Will there be enough to convict?

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