Wednesday, January 19, 2005


Rebranding The Bad Guys

Saudi Arabia cannot be convicted of terrorism by a mere judge ... says the judge:

The kingdom of Saudi Arabia, three Saudi princes and several Saudi financial institutions were dismissed as defendants in six civil lawsuits accusing them of providing support to Al Qaeda before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Judge Richard Casey said on Tuesday that the president, not the courts, has the authority to label a foreign nation a terrorist...
And Reuters is self-authorized to re-brand them as "activists," "insurgents," and "militants."