Friday, August 17, 2007

Point Counter Point

Potential terrorists currently held behind bars have been debating for some time what best to plead when their cases come up. Having been caught before they had a chance to act, some hold that, like Zacarias Moussaoui, the best they can do for the old jihad is to keep to the faith and admit to the world exactly what they had planned and why. Another group thinks that pleading innocent, as a recent suspect did, gives them the chance, however slight, of someday regaining their freedom and thereby another opportunity to destroy other actually innocent people. The prison cells of your once potential terrorist are, of course, bugged and two such individuals were recently recorded hashing out their arguments. And so one obstinate suspect said to the other:
  • Now, a Jose Padilla's all I'd ape, so jaw on.


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