posted on Nov, 13 2012 @ 01:34 PM
reply to post by blupblup
I learned a little more tonight.
Legally we can't deport him until Jordan changes their legal system a little more. So far, they've actually made improvements to the court
procedures and standards of evidence in order to be a fair Court of Law to prosecute Qatada. This could ensure that future political dissidents and
defendants (in Jordan) receive fairer trials and that torture will no longer be a standard procedure for 'asking questions.'
The upshot being that evidence from torture won't be admissible...great news right?! If it isn't useful in court, its use will decrease.
So as far as Qatada is concerned, he'll be leaving one day soon.
Ironically, his actions have led to better legal procedures in Jordan so maybe he should have stayed there and fought for his own people instead of
inciting violence in this country?!