US Supreme Court Won’t Hear Case on Suspected USS Cole Bombing Mastermind

US Supreme Court Won’t Hear Case on Suspected USS Cole Bombing Mastermind:

The US Supreme Court has shown for the second time in a week the military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay dealing with suspected terrorists won’t be questioned by the nation’s highest court.

On Monday, the Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal case regarding Saudi Arabian national Abd Al-Rahim Al-Nashiri’s suspected involvement in the November, 2000 bombing of the USS Cole, which killed 17 US Navy sailors.

Al-Nashiri could face the death penalty for allegedly plotting the attack against the USS Cole, what prosecutors say was a war crime, as well as a similar attack on a French oil tanker in October, 2002. The suspect was been held at secret “black site” prisons from 2002 until 2006 before being transferred to a US Navy facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where the man has been detained for 11 years.

H/t reader Squodgy.

“God ORLMYTY! This was a classic example of Government Disinformation.

Can anyone with a modicum of sense not fail to see the psychological manipulation (as in psyop) of those who need to know the real truth regarding what really happened, when the US activated what was to become a NORM in FALSE FLAG events to blame innocent parties for killing innocent victims of explosive detonations designed to create fear of each other, instead of fear of government.”

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