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Jewish Supremacist Mukasey defies Supreme Court

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:03 am    Post subject: Jewish Supremacist Mukasey defies Supreme Court Reply to topic

Jewish Supremacist Mukasey defies Supreme Court


Check out the following comment which appears in the comments section of the above referenced URL via cbsnews.com

Attorney General Mukasey is a Zionist (Israel first) Jew who should not be making such a determination when he is involved in such a conflict of interest with Muslims who tragically attacked US at the World Trade Center on 9/11 and earlier in 1993 because of US support for Israel''s brutal occupation of the Palestinian people (look up ''Israel as a terrorist''s motivation'' in the index of James Bamford''s ''A Pretext for War'' book as the paperback version of ''A Pretext for War'' includes mention of the ongoing AIPAC espionage case which CBS won''t cover any longer either - see the following youtube as well):


Mukasey is mentioned in the following article by Philip Giraldi as well:


Scroll down to the LA Times article at the following URL as well:


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Outraged by the SCOTUS ruling on the Gitmo tribunals, Senate Republicans vow to amend Constitution to strip it of habeas corpus

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Thu Jun 12, 2008 at 05:10:24 PM PDT

In response to today's landmark Supreme Court decision granting habeas corpus to Guantanamo detainees, Lindsey Graham has decided he wants to amend the United States Constitution to strip it of any pesky kinds of civil rights protections that have existed since the Magna Carta.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) vowed Thursday to do everything in his power to overturn the Supreme Courtís decision on Guantanamo Bay detainees, saying that "if necessary," he would push for a constitutional amendment to modify the decision.

Graham blasted the decision as "irresponsible and outrageous," echoing the sentiments of many congressional Republicans and President Bush.

That will be a hard amendment to get past the Judiciary Committee, chaired by Patrick Leahy, who said in response to the ruling,

There is nothing more fundamental than the right of habeas corpus. In three separate decisions, the Supreme Court in recent years has rejected this administrationís erosion of fundamental rights. These protections set the United States apart from those who wish to harm us. This decision echoes earlier court opinions that have solidified our constitutional system of checks and balances. The administration has rolled back essential rights that have long guided our nationís conscience.

Todayís Supreme Court decision in Boumediene v. Bush is a stinging rebuke of the Bush administrationís flawed detention policies, and a vindication for those who have also argued from the beginning that it was unwise as well as unconstitutional.

A majority of the Court has ruled that provisions in the 2006 Military Commissions Act designed to strip away all habeas rights for detainees held at the Guantanamo Bay detention center are unconstitutional. The Court has ruled that the Constitutional right to habeas corpus extends to territories, including Guantanamo Bay, where the United States exercises de facto control. The Court further held that the administrationís detention procedures were constitutionally inadequate, and that those detainees who have been determined to be "unlawful enemy combatants" are entitled to seek habeas relief in Federal court.

The Courtís 5-4 decision sustains the long-held and bipartisan beliefs that I and others have always maintained: Congress made a grave error when, for the first time in its history, it voted to strip habeas corpus rights, instead leaving in place hopelessly flawed procedures to determine whether detainees can be held indefinitely with no meaningful court review merely by the Executiveís decree.

Of course, the Senate made a grave error when it voted to confirm John Roberts and Samuel Alito. That's an error that the SCOTUS won't be able to fix for them.

Every member of the Congress that approved the Military Commissions Act and the Detainee Treatment Act, now correctly reversed by the Court, will have the moral stain of having been a party to it besmirching their careers and their legacies forever. History will be only slightly less unforgiving to the Congress which allowed the grave abuses of the Constitution by the Bush administration than it will be to Bush himself. So no member of the Senate should be quick to follow Graham further down that path to complete ignominy.

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