Ahmed Ghailani. How many of you know his name? He was one
of the terrorists responsible for the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings. He was one of
the terrorists responsible for the death of 224 people (12 of which were
Americans) and the injury of over 4500 more. And now, he is one of the
terrorists getting off easy. Attorney General Eric Holder decided that he would
be tried in a civilian court, in a civilian court where a judge would disallow
the key witness linking Ghailani to the purchase of the explosives used in the
1998 bombing. Because of this the jury found him guilty of only 1 of the 285
charges against him. So, one of the terrorists responsible for killing 224
people and injuring over 4500 more is only getting a minimum of 20 years in
When will our government get over political correctness and
get behind American correctness. What I mean by that is doing what is right for
America and the American people. Ghailani (in my opinion) should be facing the
death penalty right now, but he’s not because we are so afraid of what the
world thinks of us. Our government has made us so soft that other countries and
even terrorists are laughing at us. Ghailani was seen smiling while his verdict
was read, and in my humble opinion he was smiling because he knew what he had
essentially just gotten away with, mass murder. To me this means that
terrorists are now going to be bolder with their attacks, knowing that if they
are caught they will go before a civilian courtroom and likely get off easier
than any red blooded American knows they should. This is just unacceptable.
Americans, if you are not happy about this then I urge
you, I implore you to voice your displeasure with how our government has
handled this situation. We cannot let them think that it is ok to offer
constitutional rights to terrorists (these rights were afforded to Ghailani in
his trial). Post your displeasure on your Facebook, your Twitter or where ever
else you choose to share your opinions. Something has to be done and we have to
let King Obama know how we feel.
Kehgan J. McCalister
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