Have you ever questioned whether the worst of the worst (those who have joined or belong to foreign armies such as ISIS and committed deadly crimes against the American People) should have access to the same justice and legal system (and have the same rights afforded by our nation’s Constitution) as we all do? Judge Napolitano tells it like it is, whether or not the person is a permanent legal resident of the United States.
JUDGE NAPOLITANO: Here We Go Again
For the second time in two months, someone who has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State has plotted to kill innocents in New York City and has executed his plot.
According to police, at the height of the Monday morning rush hour this week, in an underground pedestrian walkway that I have used many times, in the middle of Manhattan, a permanent legal resident of the United States named Akayed Ullah detonated a bomb he had strapped to his torso in an effort to kill fellow commuters and disrupt massively life in New York.
Click Here to read the rest of this eye-opening report. I would like to hear your thoughts. Tell me if you think the Constitution is in jeopardy in order to satisfy our cry for justice? Should the government strip them of their constitutional rights and ship them to a military facility in South Carolina or at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.