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    Default More European extradition insanity

    BBC News - Abu Hamza US extradition halted

    I cordially invite the judges at the ECHR to go fuck themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtech redneck View Post
    Oh that's great! :rolli: Fuck me sideways til' Christmas!

    Quote Originally Posted by lowtech redneck View Post
    I cordially invite the judges at the ECHR to go fuck themselves.
    +1!!!

    Those assholes should be shot, not tried.

    What the hell are you supposed to do with people like that? Rehabilitate them?

    Into what? Kindergarten teachers? Caregivers for the elderly? Stock brokers?

    This is such bullshit. We should just guarantee their human rights and then let other inmates take care of the problem after they are incarcerated.
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    I dunno, they're probably worried we'd torture him or something like that...

    Wait doesn't trying to extradite these people into the US show the big glaring hypocrisy with not moving terror suspects from Guantanamo into US prisons?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pixelholic View Post
    I dunno, they're probably worried we'd torture him or something like that...
    The conditions of the proposed extradition precludes enemy combatant status, and concerns about torture are explicitly rejected as a reason for suspending the extradition; the ECHR judges have reservations about the length of prison sentences and solitary confinement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtech redneck View Post
    The conditions of the proposed extradition precludes enemy combatant status, and concerns about torture are explicitly rejected as a reason for suspending the extradition; the ECHR judges have reservations about the length of prison sentences and solitary confinement.
    Ahh, I see. I only skimmed the article so I didn't see what the reasoning was. That's what I get for skimming.

    I can understand their dissent though, we do have a pretty fucked up prison system.
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    I seriously supported some of the amnesty international respect asylum seekers campaigns back in the ninties when they where in their hay day but I wouldnt now.

    The problem is that most of the asylum seekers are on the run for the sort of agitation which SHOULD warrant punishment ANYWHERE but they run from draconian regimes to the more liberal ones, I'm sure that people will say that this has always been the case and the difference is that where once it was Marx crossing borders its now Islam.

    I dont agree with that either because whatever his followers did afterwards he opposed much of the police state actions he fled from, I tend to see the islamic agitation to be a case of not attacking tyranny per se but attacking its use by their perceived opponents.

    So the EU has a nest of vipers at its breast right now, its already passed from the sublime to the ridiculous with the UK judges trying to make the UK the gay asylum capital of the world too. I just dont know how anyone can honestly hold that the existence of oppression elsewhere automatically entitles people from elsewhere to residence.

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