posted on Jan, 12 2012 @ 09:48 AM
As I have explained, law is weaponized. It is pressed against the common citizens.
Remember how 100k Nazi soldiers surrendered and were mostly liquidated as I mentioned above?
Yeah. Dealing with tons of captured insurgents or citizens who won't cooperate, doesn't allow such quaint things as "rights" or "justice". If it
were so, then someone would weep for all those dead surrendered Nazis... But we hate the Nazi don't we? Thank ye GODs America is not like the Nazis
eh? Sham trials and shameful conduct of lawyers/judges/commanders? Thank ye GODs we are not like that.
Are you comforted that it will take dozens upon dozens of lawyers to think this through for you?
All lawyers of course, have to be vetted and branded by the UK/Zio network of restaurants which specialize in law. This chain of restaurants is where
all our lawyers get made, be they GI soldiers or civilian lawyers, they all come from our UK lawyer-supply-chain.
Damn I hope we never have to build lawyers in the US, we simply do not have the factories or infrastructure.
On Sunday, Colwell issued what he called strong guidance to the 40 attorneys under his command, including more than 30 military officers,
instructing them not to follow Woods’s order and to stop sending privileged material to their clients. Colwell also said he had objections to an
order on arranging face-to-face meetings between defense attorneys and detainees, and told the attorneys not to execute or sign that either.
“It is my opinion that these orders, and the following procedures established by them, do not allow you to adequately safeguard attorney-client
privileged communications,” Colwell wrote in an e-mail to defense attorneys, including a pool of nearly 100 civilian lawyers who are on call
in case the government begins more military commissions.
In his order, Woods said the procedures are comparable to those governing interaction between detainees and the lawyers challenging their detention
under the writ of habeas corpus in federal court in Washington, D.C.
But Zachary Katznelson, a senior lawyer at the American Civil Liberties Union who has represented Guantanamo Bay detainees in federal court, said the
communications of civilian lawyers in those cases are searched only for physical contraband and the materials are not read by the privilege team.
“In contrast, Woods defines contraband to include information,” Katznelson said. “He wants his monitors to read the contents of the
communications and to possibly hold back — and potentially bring to his attention — information deemed outside the scope of representation.
Critically, this would include any mention of U.S. personnel involved in torture and abuse of prisoners, even if directly related to the case. There
is no such restriction on the habeas side.”
edit on 12-1-2012 by smallpeeps because: hmm yeah