Trying 9/11 defendants a joke?
Terror hearing becomes courtroom circus
- Duration 7:42
- Date May 7, 2012
Terror hearing becomes courtroom circus
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-- -- of the men accused of helping plan the 9/11 attacks has started and the defendants are already mocking the hell out of that.
Kneeling in prayer ignoring the judge in translations and turning into our hearing into thirteen hours.
But the best part the civilian attorney for one of the creature -- -- -- she showed up in complete Islamic garb only her face was and covered.
She demanded the other women in court do the same thing so defendant's one -- to avert their eyes for fear of disobeying their faith.
Here's -- disgusting -- -- seeing her disgusting request.
If because of somebody's religious beliefs.
They can't focus.
When somebody in the courtroom is stressful -- particular way.
I feel it incumbent upon myself to this council to point that out and ask.
Some consideration from the prosecution.
Amazing so these tools are charged with killing 3000 people.
And they're mad about a skirt even in our -- you must -- to -- well a bit of Eric Holder was here he'd offer everyone free he jobs.
But look aren't we sensitive enough already.
Look at Hillary Clinton -- at the international school -- doc has said President Obama has had a very clear message to respect and appreciation.
About religions and in particular is -- Look I don't care to good people -- think -- anti Islam all I care if they don't attack us.
Lastly you see why Obama -- -- at bats are drones for every terrorist killed there's one -- courtroom circus.
To me trying and islamists for terrorists like trying a rabid dog for spreading rabies.
The dot won't understand or care so take it out back -- -- And I we got breaking news here at CIA -- thwarted a plot by an al-Qaeda affiliate in Yemen.
They're planning to destroy -- US bound airline with a new and improved.
Underwear bomb with they -- detonation system.
I don't like I don't know what you think it I don't know I think -- I.
It just goes to show you that they are constantly planning like these these guys are still patient still spend ten years on a pair of underwear.
An explosive -- to -- it if they could.
And al-Qaeda was decimated -- that -- an act that's -- I think this is done.
It's complacency and a fascinating one at in the current insurgents complacent but complacency is our worst enemy the CIA should be -- obviously applauded for this and I think we need to do some adverse psychological operations we need to have a date yet it goes viral of -- fake.
Upgraded underwear bomb gone gone -- you ice here you know what it's -- you know I don't -- that the end of the video went all over the world and people watching it I don't think it would be al-Qaeda and -- -- like it's well off and are in -- versions.
That's it's quite nice things about it they can you elaborate on this idea it's in the -- I can't that I think it highlights -- This guy and it didn't get it right yeah I think it's a good is good progress and that really is decimated whose it is in the sense -- from -- morsels -- You know the -- -- about this I thought in this trial.
That the prosecutor stood up and said because one of the big issues as defense rose to bring in the torture -- that -- right waterborne.
And -- prosecuted for the United States government said quote we do not need any of that evidence from torture because we have enough without it to prosecute these people.
Air ago we didn't need to torture anybody -- -- -- with the exception of had we not tortured.
Not on this issue had not not not torture had we not interrogated.
King SM with water -- we wouldn't have.
But had been on the bigger anyway today's story they so -- the but the issue is they can prosecute without -- -- -- Wouldn't trust -- -- we wouldn't have been not so what aren't -- what other.
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Why why can't just be shortened shouldn't these tribunals or whatever whatever -- -- -- -- -- A day while everybody's really pretty much discussed it and what's going on -- because.
It seems as if they're just having that went in making a mockery of the system that they were in federal court against you they get shut down -- taking off.
You know his shirt and some kind of she hot -- flex moment and it would Teixeira back on any that theatrics it and that's it disruptive disrespectful he's not -- It was attorney general Eric Holder -- that got pushed back thankfully but they wanted to have these trials in the middle of my -- That didn't accept that and then it at Guantanamo Bay's ballet that -- best possible place you're gonna have to yeah I'm gonna have to have them.
But you you know not I don't have a -- -- and they have -- down the nonsense show some respect for the process the judge is bending over backwards in ways that he does not.
-- to you that's let's party member of the Chicago seven trial but whenever you have a high profile accusing mr.
theatrics throughout the Chicago seven trial -- -- took over a year.
This -- -- at least before it's over and you can expect more of this but it's evident right -- -- -- it is their right to do.
Eleven years it's not.
That he lets not forget Khalid Sheikh Mohamed admitted to be the master of I eighty dizzy for for the killing three dozen people downtown also admitted.
To be -- Daniel Pearl the Wall Street Journal reporter.
At this point if he wants the -- Jihad both flex moment yes -- the child on late summer early judge hasn't resigned -- I I don't -- -- he's admitted it whether -- -- sentence.
Man because he admitted and then he went and they asked for a lawyer in and night -- not guilty rates so he's entitled to his -- but if they're disrupting the proceedings it's very simple to judge well within his authority to go okay.
But to use it didn't -- -- you don't have a right and they share in the court any should've done that I today because if you don't then.
Every day it's going to be like in the sand until mixture of crime and then to salute the trial yes it happens all the time what I'm I should about -- -- -- this might have been.
It's a little late -- what about the clothing issue.
I mean does she have a point that maybe because if they can't how to properly.
May have everybody should dress like act and that's her big concern here since -- -- the other women to address appropriately and cover themselves that where is that written that a lawyer has.
Obligation to do that but the bigger message here from the bigger message here is that they do believe that their beliefs.
Superstars leading carrier are -- -- -- yeah.
Everything I've heard so far I haven't seen the trial of the season transcription -- but what I hear is the defense attorneys are are arguing not.
But they're innocent of of the charges but -- their treatment post being caught has been so bad that they deserve some sort of -- You're absolutely right which is irrelevant as to whether or not they're guilty of the crimes as charge so why is there's this whole sideshow that is collateral that isn't even relevant to the charge you -- -- added the press case.
I -- invited news comedy set up both sides should the -- -- -- that would do it.
What calling a -- thing municipality.
But that's actually cutting interest in the sport I would get a good opening it gave the cards distributed -- -- -- what -- -- how America.
It's been out there are -- break.
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