at-Largely: We are being spoon-fed stupid again...
"Five Guantanamo prisoners accused in the September 11, 2001, terror attacks on the U.S. staunchly defended their actions, calling the operation "blessed" and "great" and the accusations against them "badges of honor"
-How did these 5 men discuss and approve this statement if some of them and their attorneys were not even aware of it?
-Why did the court happen to accept this filing given the above issue?
-Why did the court decide to release this to the public, despite years of secrecy on everything else, including denying access to something as basic as current photographs of the accused?
-Why is this being released now?
-How does it benefit anyone to release this this to the public? (it only benefits one group of people)