Big Pun & Fitty came through with a couple bottles of champagne on ice. Tops were popped, glasses raised, jokes shared.
And now I have to post this.
President George W Bush cannot order the indefinite military detention of a Qatari man accused of being an al-Qaeda agent, a US appeals court has ruled.
Ali Saleh Kahlah al-Marri, the only person being held on US soil as an “enemy combatant”, was seized three months after the 9/11 terror attacks.
He has been held without charge in a navy prison for almost four years.
The ruling is seen as a setback for the Bush administration over its policies on the detention of terror suspects.
If heâ€™s broken the law, charge him accordingly. It doesnâ€™t seem that complicated from where Iâ€™m standing.
Even though Iâ€™m actually sitting.
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