For any British readers imagining that our justice system is so much better than the USA's
After the last two posts on the treatment on how much justice suspected "terrorists" receive at the hands and feet of US troops, you can see why people worry about what will happen to "terrorists" extradited to the USA. FGS, I've seen Julian Assange accused of "terrorism".
So this story is bad enough in the first place. But as Moazzam Begg puts it:
"The overriding shame in the cases of Khalid al-Fawwaz, Adel Abdul Bary, Talha Ahsan and Babar Ahmad is that they have collectively been held in British prisons for over forty years without charge or trial. Additionally, even Abu Hamza, who most people forget has served his sentence for his conviction in the UK, has been held in prison for several years without charge fighting extradition. Had these men been convicted of crimes they would most probably have been released by now. Instead, their ordeal is about to begin in the US, where with the heightened sense of Islamophobia it is hard to perceive they will receive fair trials."