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Monday, February 01, 2010

9/11 "Justice"

"Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is going to meet justice and he's going to meet his maker," said President Barack Obama's press secretary, Robert Gibbs. "He will be brought to justice and he's likely to be executed for the heinous crimes that he committed in killing and masterminding the killing of 3,000 Americans. That you can be sure of."
"...he's going to meet his maker...That you can be sure of." Why are we even bothering with a trial, again? Why spend $200 million on a trial when the event has been pre-determined?

Clearly this guy should be decapitated in public, then drawn and quartered, with the pieces of his body pulled along the streets of NY city by NYFD fire trucks, with sirens blaring and lights flashing.

That would be awesome.

Still-- is there some faintly remote chance of the truth coming out at the trial?

5 Comments:

Blogger engineer said...

"Clearly this guy should be decapitated in public"

Robert Gibbs, yes.

In a way, it is more sickening to knowingly carry out the charade in this manner than the event itself.

8:29 AM  
Blogger John said...

Not unlike a squid that emits a smokescreen of dye to cover its retreat, the neo-cons need to muddy the waters with a show-trial, and a ceremonial execution of the Kapora, or sacrificial scapegoat, to cover up their heinous crimes.

Not unlike the sham Reichstag Trials, where of five defendants, one poor soul was beheaded.

10:03 AM  
Blogger David Howard said...

9/11 "Masterminds" George Bush Sr. and Robert Gates.

Google "ADX Florence"

10:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Obama administration will not have an open 9-11 trial because it would expose the fraud that the person said to be Khalid Sheik Mohammed is not the terror mastermind of 9-11. He is, in fact, not even Khalid Sheik Mohammed. The person said to be KSM is a "feeble-minded" man named Ahmed Abdul Qudoos. He has been scapegoated and made to fill in for the real KSM, who was killed in Pakistan.

10:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Still-- is there some faintly remote chance of the truth coming out at the trial?"

YES. Some of the truth is very likely to come out at the trial.

Unfortunately, a combination of obfuscation and rulings by the court, are likely to induce a case of the vapors in the minds of Murricans who get their noose from the Tee Tee.

THAT will be the trial's shock and awe.

10:46 AM  

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