Good Riddance In Guantanamo

Head of Guantanamo trials resigns

NEW YORK – The Pentagon official overseeing the planned military trials of Canadian Omar Khadr and other terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba resigned Monday – just days after a published report alleged he’d insisted there be no acquittals.

As General Counsel at the U.S. defence department, William J. Haynes was a leading architect of the military commission system U.S. President George. W. Bush ordered established in the wake of the September 11, 2001, attacks.

But his alleged backroom insistence the commission produce only convictions provoked a rush of commentary – much of charging it proved the trials will be a sham.

This is a followup to a previous post: The Price Of Justice Is Sometimes Looking Stupid

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