[LINK] madness - or un-australian behaviour
Deus Ex Machina
vicc at cia.com.au
Tue Aug 29 12:05:18 EST 2006
Howard Lowndes [lannet at lannet.com.au] wrote:
> Deus Ex Machina wrote:
> >>It's the same with David Hicks. If he is what is claimed then it should
> >>be pretty easy to prove in a court of law.
> >>It is far more disturbing to me that bad laws are passed, due process is
> >> not followed, politicians interfere with the law where they should not
> >>and incompetent commentators make illogical and incorrect statements
> >>than someone who has not been proven guilty is allowed to live a life
> >>free of unwarranted harassment.
> >its is precisely due process that is keeping hicks out of a court and
> >his day of reckoning.
> >its not like the US government is keeping him there for fun or torture.
> >the legal process always grinds along like a turtle. its the endless
> >legal battles around the case that has prevented him being put to trial.
> >thats not unusual, thats not a conspiracy, thats just due process at work.
> Yes, it was such "due process" that the SCOTUS declared it unlawful...
which no doubt congress will fix.
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