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skorpio17 Morcilla Since: 11.7.02 From: New Jersey Since last post: 3261 days Last activity: 3261 days # 1 Posted on 26.3.03 1101.41 I know I wouldn't be too comfortable sleeping in a tent next to a guy who changed his name to Akbar. They need to bring this guy over from Germany so he can get the death penalty. http://www.nypost.com/postopinion/editorial/71842.htm Promote this thread!
redsoxnation Scrapple Since: 24.7.02 Since last post: 1331 days Last activity: 1331 days # 2 Posted on 26.3.03 1124.26 If he is found guilty, he hangs. I can't wait for the psycho-babble about how he was a confused soul etc. to start in order to keep him from getting his just punishment. If it wasn't for war, you wouldn't know what peace was.
Hairy Caray Bauerwurst Since: 28.10.02 From: Wrigley Field hot dog stand Since last post: 4546 days Last activity: 4543 days # 3 Posted on 26.3.03 1128.30 Originally posted by skorpio17 They need to bring this guy over from Germany so he can get the death penalty. The bastard's CO actually has the authority to execute him, but that's highly unlikely. //edit: Minor typo, but I'm that compulsive. (edited by Hairy Caray on 26.3.03 1229) Cubs win! Cubs win! Cubs win!
Grimis Scrapple Since: 11.7.02 From: MD Since last post: 2121 days Last activity: 576 days # 4 Posted on 26.3.03 1154.45 | Instant Rating: 7.29 The UCMJ allows execution for any such offeses. As long as he remains on US military soil and is tried by a military jury, he can get the death penalty. There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism. - Theodore Roosevelt, Ocotber 12, 1915
Pool-Boy Lap cheong Since: 1.8.02 From: Huntington Beach, CA Since last post: 2167 days Last activity: 934 days
ICQ: # 5 Posted on 26.3.03 1238.13 Does it really have to be a military court that executes him? I am not sure, but this is a pretty clear case of treason... I think that can be prosecuted by civil courts.. Still on the Shelf #1
Grimis Scrapple Since: 11.7.02 From: MD Since last post: 2121 days Last activity: 576 days # 6 Posted on 26.3.03 1242.17 | Instant Rating: 7.29
I'm not sure what civilian court would have jurisdiction. It was in an American military installation, thereofre the right of first refusal should go to the military. Plus, UCMJ penalties are much stricter than civilian penalties and, frankly, are more likely to convict this clown than a civilian jury. There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism. - Theodore Roosevelt, Ocotber 12, 1915
Linkage, please, I hadn't heard anything about this.
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