ACLU, Janet Reno Defend 9/11 Mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
Posted by Joshua Price on April 7, 2008
Want to know what former Attorney General Janet Reno is up to these days? Probably not, but here you go anyway:
The American Civil Liberties Union, which for years has scorned Pentagon military commissions as “kangaroo courts,” announced Friday it will try to provide top civilian defense attorneys for alleged terrorists facing trial at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba — with special emphasis on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Former Attorney General Janet Reno is among top lawyers who have endorsed the $8.5 million effort, which will help coordinate and defray the attorneys’ expenses
Read what the littler traitor (I’m sorry, “defender” of our enemies’ so-called rights) who runs the ACLU has to say:
The ACLU chose to focus on his defense, Romero said, because he appears to be “the government’s top priority in the prosecution. And whether or not they are able to convict Khalid Sheikh Mohammed under these rules may well determine the fate of the almost 300 other men who are detained at Guantánamo.”
It sounds like he is lining up to defend the terrorists. What is it going to take for people to see what the ACLU is all about?
The ACLU should be investigated to see if it has any ties to terrorism. I mean, why else would an organization readily jump at the chance to defend America’s enemies? If we had a real director running the FBI, as opposed to the empty suit we have running it now, this would have already been done.
Now what can be said about Janet Reno except that we should thank God that she is no longer betraying America from a government position.
Note to ACLU and moronic liberals: America’s enemies have no rights.