Lawyers Smuggle al Qaeda Magazine Into Gitmo

How the hell is it that suspected terrorists are getting to read my old friend Samir Khan's Inspire magazine within the confines of Guantanamo Bay?:

A copy of Al [Q]aida’s fiery magazine Inspire somehow got inside the prison camps at Guantánamo, a prosecutor disclosed at the war court Wednesday.
How, you say, did this happen? It looks like one of the lawyers smuggled it in:
Navy Cmdr. Andrea Lockhart blurted out the embarrassing disclosure in defending the prison camps commander’s plan to give greater scrutiny to legal mail bound for alleged terrorists. She was discussing a system used by civilian lawyers to send materials to Guantánamo captives who are suing the U.S. for their freedom through habeas corpus petitions in Washington, D.C.
Yes, these poor "innocent victims" are just being helped by their "civil rights lawyers" gain their freedom. That's why they want al Qaeda magazines, and why their lawyers are willing to smuggle it in for them.

Victims and heroes, that's what the detainees and their lawyers are. Victims and heroes.

Posted by: Rusty at 03:18 PM

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