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Originally posted by HunkaHunka
reply to post by December_Rain
What I think stands out the most to me about this, is how the man seems to respect a spiritual process, but at the same time seems to think that the governments of the world are something more than a footstool kingdom.
Why kill yourself when you have a daughter waiting for you? That part I don't get.
Originally posted by December_Rain
reply to post by soot black
Agree with you man. There are whole set of documents which expose Guantanamo Bay tortures and crimes. Thank you for your input
Originally posted by SLAYER69
What a total Crock of BS...
The Man wrote a Suicide letter but never committed suicide. Now many are prattling on and on about how horrible the Prisons are etc. I'll say this for him. Mission accomplished. He apparently "Attempted" suicide.
Originally posted by HERACAT
reply to post by americandingbat
If he has been released, then why are we still debating this?
Suicide attemps are NOT suicides. If he is alive and well there is no reason to continue with this conversation.
Perhaps there is an arguement to be made as to if he should have been released to begin with. Just sayin'
reply to post by JJay55
Not all Islamic people are terrorists. Not all whites are racist. Not all.....well, I think you get my point.
Originally posted by americandingbat
There is certainly an argument to be made that he should never have been held to begin with,
and a bigger argument to be made that no one should ever be held by the United States without charges, legal representation, or rights (the meetings with the lawyer only began after this man had been held for a year or so without any recourse, and only thanks to legal challenges by the Center for Constitutional Rights).