Wednesday, October 08th, 2008 | Author:

The feds admitted in 2004 that 17 Chinese Muslims we’ve imprisoned since 2001 are not “enemy combatants,” but a federal appeals court stayed a lower court order to release them. CNN reports that the issues are complicated. If we return them to China, they will likely be persecuted – but we don’t want them, and neither does anyone else.

Perhaps if we didn’t run around the world scooping up people who might or might not be “enemies,” we – and the 17 Chinese – wouldn’t be in this fix.

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