Monday, November 10, 2003

This is an excerpt from an Associated Press article about the The US Supreme Court agreeing to hear its first case an appeal asking whether foreigners held at Guantanamo Bay may contest their captivity in American courts:
Last month, the International Committee of the Red Cross said the mental health of a large number of inmates was deteriorating.
I think it is safe to say at least some of the detainees are probably terrorists. Before they were captured, they spent their days planning to kill millions of civilians, tortured and oppressed populations (e.g., in Afghanistan) or fantasized about and planned on annihilating most of the people on two continents (North America and Europe). So the International Committee of the Red Cross says their mental health deteriorated after being captured. I see. How does that work again?

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