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Jihadi Trial Movement

The lamestream media told you:

Maybe we should move the New York City trials of Islamist jihadi mass murders elsewhere.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

It seems obvious to everyone but federal officials in power that "soldiers of allah" attacking us or attempting to attack us are enemy combatants -- not suspected criminals in need of Miranda rights.

If we spend an astounding $216 million on security (in the first year alone!) for a trial of confessed atrocity murderers, even though that will "create jobs and help America's economy" (no officials have said that but you know they're thinking about it, and "officials" in one upstate New York city are actually lobbying for the gig), the muslim insurgents have won this round. They are laughing at us. Those of us with brains are laughing too, between the tears.

Why isn't the media -- or anyone -- questioning how the executive branch is considering moving a trial, which is the clear responsibility of the judicial branch? Isn't there a separation of powers anymore that we used to cherish as a bedrock of our freedom? Can the executive branch do that to your trial?


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