Padilla was just denied his access to the Supreme Court—which,
despite the traitors who sit on it, would have ruled against the
I don't know details but probably Padilla is innocent of most of what
the Bushists have accused him of, just because they've accused
him. That's practically proof of innocence, no? In any case, ask
yourself, what kind of government do we have?
If Padilla had gotten his day in court, the Supremes would have
ruled against the Bushist power to declare 'Enemy Combatants' any
U.S. citizen, arrested in the U.S., that they feel like arresting.
This has nothing to do with Padilla; it is the Bushists stalling,
so that at least not now do they have to face the turmoil caused
by the next move, their failure to heed a Supreme Court decision.