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Gitmo Detainee Ordered Released, But His Lawyer Is Not Allowed To Tell Him – Politics on The Huffington Post

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Hunter S. Thompson warned about betting on basketball in his last column. He left two words on his typewriter when he departed this life, “Fourth Amendment”. This is a terrible example to show the world denying in a way the Supreme Court as almost a joke, ‘…well they didn’t say we had to tell him, yuck, yuck, yuck.” Nearby on Cape Maisi, “Wanderer” sank in a storm in the fruit trade after becoming the “last slaver” boarded by British slavery blockade in 1858 off the coast of Africa. It was thought too fine to be used that way but put-in after loosing 1/3 of its human cargo on Jekyll Island, Georgia. It was used by both the Confederacy and the Union in the ensuing civil war. This administration reminds me of it, wandering away from the virtues of a world class democracy, based on the principles established in the Constitution, the outcome of the “Declaration of Independence” signed by a William Floyd a Long Island, New Yorker and nearby where the “Wanderer” was built before twisted into the terrible aims of avarice (greed). A beautiful yacht, sinfully used. Gitmo Detainee Ordered Released, But His Lawyer Is Not Allowed To Tell Him – Politics on The Huffington Post

Ed. – “Smoking Gun” copy of the police report “On the typewriter in front of Thompson was a page bearing letterhead reading “Fourth Amendment Foundation”. Upon this page, centered near the top was typed “Feb 22’05”, and the page contained only one word, “counselor”.

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Written by georgejmyersjr

06/26/2008 at 1:30 am

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