On another note, does anyone really want to bring these guys into our civilian justice system?
Are we really going to have a trial, call in the US soldiers to testify about their actions on the battlefield and what they saw and how they captured the enemy? What if the soldiers did not marandize (sp) him before questioning? Speaking of questioning...should we give them civilian attorneys before any takes place.
Do we want to give a propaganda platform to these extremists? Can they sue our soldiers for their actions?
Just some questions.
sort of hearing required by courts looks to be minimal. however, government would be required to provide at least some
rationale for detention.
hearing may well be closed to public due to classified information being used, but even if not, who's afraid to let them speak? it just as good chance for u.s. to show what these people supposedly did. (assuming that's what eveidence shows, of course.)
and no, soldiers have no civil liability.