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Thursday, May 04, 2006


Miscarriage of Justice

I can’t believe they didn’t execute Moussaoui. What mitigating factors could there be to compensate for 3000 deaths. He’s a terrorist and a jihadist; isn’t that enough? If executed, he would have had a chance to sort out his affairs, say goodbye to his loved ones (if he has any), have a last meal, and make his peace with Allah-in short, he’d still get more than he gave his victims. As discussed in this article from Frontpagemag; sparing his life will make the US look weak in the Muslim world. He will also, for the rest of his live, be a rallying point for jihadists. I think the jury made a big mistake.

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