I see that the BBC is pushing the story that a former US attorney general can be sued by an American citizen held as a witness suspected of having information in a terrorism case, a court has ruled.”
“Abdullah al-Kidd (Typical US citizen) accuses John Ashcroft, attorney general from 2001 to 2005, of violating his constitutional rights in 2003, when he was held for 16 days. The court said detention of witnesses without charge after the 9/11 attacks was “repugnant to the constitution”. The US Department of Justice said it was reviewing the court’s order. A three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals also said the government’s policy was “a painful reminder of some of the most ignominious chapters of our national history.”
Now then, let’s just focus on the nature of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeal because the BBC doesn’t. This Court is profoundly liberal and is the most struck down of all US Courts. It is stacked with outrageous liberal judges such as Stephen Reinhardt – the man who advocates that the Pledge of Allegiance is “unconstitutional.” This Court is notorious for it’s liberal agitation but the BBC primly leaves out all reference to that – after all, any form of retro Bush bashing is always good.
I’m also just waiting on the BBC to run the story that Obama’s Green Czar, Van Jones, is not only a renowned communist but also a 9/11 truther. Isn’t that news in BBC circles?