What else can we believe when this guy goes to Gitmo to interview and give advice to the defense team for the first guy to plead not guilty and when interviewed says the potential propaganda will be heard from the U. S. side of the argument?
This guy is more than a sympathizer, he is an apologist. Says he is a graduate of the Air Force Academy and will not give his opinion other than the above and says it is up to the jury to determine. I certainly hope we aren't spending public monies to educate young men and women in Colorado Springs so they can graduate with hidden agendas. When one comes out like that it's like one bad apple tainting all the others in the basket.
He said he is "proud to defend" and "honored to be hated" for his participation in this trial. His mother must be proud.
I don't know how to start something as large as what I am thinking, but there has to be a way to boycott any reporting of that trial. They are looking for a platform from which to spew their venom and Holder and Obama have given it to them. Perhaps the rest of the country should try to ignore the whole thing. It may be tough to do, but certainly would be mud in the eye of folks like Fenstermaker.
And how much is that circus of trials going to cost the American public?
Wake me up when it's over--