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Tuesday, July 01, 2008

USS Cole Plotter Trial

I believe that the trial of a Gitmo detainee for Cole bombing is bound to turn into a media circus. Starting with US Wants Death Penalty for Alleged USS Cole Plotter.

It has all the elements that the loony left will eat up. Allegations of torture, of a "coerced" confession, of a lack of due process, etc, etc, and the death penalty.

Media feast.

Remember- before it gets too out of hand- the 17 sailors who died and their families:

Chief Petty Officer Richard Costelow, Morrisville, Pennsylvania

Signalman Seaman Recruit Cheron Luis Gunn, Rex, Georgia

Seaman James Rodrick McDaniels, Norfolk, Virginia

Seaman Recruit Lakiba Nicole Palmer, San Diego, California

Operations Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Lamont Saunders, Ringgold, Virginia

Ensign Andrew Triplett, Macon, Mississippi

Seaman Apprentice Craig Bryan Wibberley, Williamsport, Maryland

Hull Maintenance Technician 3rd Class, Kenneth Eugene Clodfelter, Mechanicsville, Virginia

Mess Management Specialist Seaman Lakeina Monique Francis, Woodleaf, North Carolina.

Information Systems Technician Seaman Timothy Lee Gauna, Rice, Texas

Engineman 2nd Class Mark Ian Nieto, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Electronics Warfare Technician 3rd Class Ronald Scott Owens, Vero Beach, Florida

Engineman Fireman Joshua Langdon Parlett, Churchville, Maryland

Fireman Apprentice Patrick Howard Roy, Cornwall on Hudson, New York

Electronics Warfare Technician 2nd Class Kevin Shawn Rux, Portland, North Dakota

Mess Management Specialist 3rd Class Ronchester Mananga Santiago, Kingsville, Texas

Fireman Gary Graham Swenchonis Jr., Rockport, Texas

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