An exciting new development in the Canadian wingnut-o-sphere:
European Terrorist Rights Convention
Two Libyans found to pose a danger to national security are likely to be released on bail next week after a court ruled that they could not be sent back to their own country. Siac, the special anti-terrorist court, said it was "quite satisfied" that one of the men, an Islamic extremist identified as "AS", would resume terrorist violence when he was able. The other, "DD", was also unlikely to modify his behaviour, Siac added. A map in a car at his home had marks on footpaths under a flight path to Birmingham Airport...
Is there any doubt that Canadian courts - with the enthusiastic backing of the Liberals and NDP - would treat such a case here any differently?
In what is certainly a brilliant, new strategy in time management, Canada's Crazy-Assed Racist Redneck has now taken to criticizing the Liberals and NDP not for what they do, but for what she theoretically imagines they might do at some undetermined time in the future.
Along those lines, if I ever meet Steve Janke, I am so going to give him a good smack upside the head. It's not like it would be because he said something stupid, but I'm pretty sure that if I gave him the chance, it would be inevitable.
Is there any doubt?