WASHINGTON (AP) -- A federal judge overseeing Guantanamo Bay lawsuits ordered the Justice Department to put other cases aside and make it clear throughout the Bush administration that, after nearly seven years of detention, the detainees must have their day in court.
Get this: the administration says that they want more time to add to the evidence they are using to hold the detainees.
I love the Judge's reply to that:
"If it wasn't sufficient, then they shouldn't have been picked up."
Apparently, this thing called "America" is a very alien concept to George W. Bush.
But, by making this request, the administration is admitting that they didn't have enough evidence to hold them in the first place.