Sunday, July 20, 2008

UK: Don't send Hamza to US - they might hurt him!

MPs call for halt to extradition of 'terrorist' cleric Abu Hamza to US after CIA admits torture

So torture equals nothing worse than being dunked on in the pool to these idiots. If that is truly the case I used to get waterboarded everytime I went to the lake with my cousins while growing up. Waaa! Where's MY human rights lawyer?

Britain should stop extraditing prisoners to America following the CIA’s admission that it ‘tortured’ terror suspects, an influential group of MPs has demanded.

The move by the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee would prevent the extradition of hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza, who faces terror charges in the US, and Babar Ahmad, accused of fund-raising for the Taliban.

Ministers have previously been willing to take at face-value statements from President George Bush that the US does not resort to torture. But the committee says this should no longer be the case after CIA admitted the ‘waterboarding’ of three detainees.

These kind of bleeding heart idiots are out of their bleeding minds. While they stand up and spew this kind of nonsense we are reading things like this:

Iraqi kidnappers claim British hostage has killed himself. Video released.

The video, entitled Intihar - Arabic for suicide - opens with a photograph of a man identified as Jason in the militants’ statement, which appears on-screen in Arabic.

It accuses the British government of responding indifferently to previous messages from the kidnappers and said this had pushed Jason to commit suicide.

“This procrastination and foot-dragging and lack of seriousness on the part of the British government has prolonged their psychological deterioration, pushing one of them, Jason, to commit suicide on 25/5/2008,” the statement says.

“He surprised our brethren, who were taking care of him, with his suicide.”

The bloody worst part? The murderous bastar%s will only provide the proof of the hostage's death if the British government agrees to negotiate with them.

PM Gordon Brown has demanded the hostages release. "They have suffered enough." but his 'humanitarian appeal' (found in the video) to the kidnappers would be laughable if it wasn't so pathetic and lame. Why not just invite them for tea, Gordon?

"I will work with the Iraqi government as I said to Prime Minister Maliki yesterday to secure their release, and will do everything in our power to work with everyone who is in a position to help us release these hostages.

"These men have suffered enough."

There has been no comment regarding the UK hostages from the MPs on the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee