In a 36-page opinion formally released Thursday, U.S. District Judge Henry H. Kennedy Jr. called Odaini's continued detention "unlawful" and said he'd "emphatically" grant Odaini's petition for a writ of habeas corpus.
We've had innocent people held for over eight years and people who should be tried held for the same time period on the orders of that criminal enterprise I like to call BushCo. What is shameful is that after that crew was put out the enterprise continues to tick right along. I'd love to lay this at the feet of the GOP, but I can't - they're a major stumbling block but some Democrats (enough) are playing right along with their fear mongering.
So, what is it, is this phrase, "home of the free and the brave," just snark? Evidently.
Read the damn article and ask yourself if this is going to have to go the the Supremes.