should the Nigerian who failed to detonate a bomb on a NW airliner on xmas day be tried as a criminal in civil court or as a prisoner of 'war" in a military court?
He should be put on a radio-controlled Cessna and detonated over the Atlantic. Just a thought.
How about strapping him to a Predator and sending him to Afghanistan ?
tony....I'm for it. Got any "drag" in washington?
He deserves allah's reward of 72 virgins in heaven. Send him along poste haste.
Depends whether you want to make a martyr or see justice done.
We are at war! He should be tried by the military! There is a much greater chance he will get exactly what he deserves that way!
The smell of blood is in the air and the mob has got it's pitchforks. Martyrdom then.
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