Two English al Qaida suspects being held at Guantanamo Inlet will get justice

Two English al Qaida suspects being held at Guantanamo Inlet will get justice
They will be managed with in line with the standards of “Americanism”, a boss US protection legal counselor said
Moazzam Begg, 35, from Birmingham, what’s more, Feroz Abbasi, 23, from London, are on US president George Bush’s starting list of six suspects who could confront mystery trials led by the US military
“This nation has long said we’re about equity being done,” said Colonel Will Gunn, the US boss protection legal advisor for the military base in Guantanamo Sound in Cuba
“That’s what the guideline of Nationalism implies to numerous people,” he added
“And on the off chance that that’s going to be true today what’s more, in the long run, at that point we’ve got to be about justice, not just at the point when it happens to somebody else, yet too at the point when we’re threatened ”
The men’s families what’s more, human rights legal counselors have joined others in voicing concern they might not get a reasonable trial what’s more, would be subject to “victor’s justice”
Col Gunn told BBC Newsnight he had “concerns” about the lawful process what’s more, prospect of a demise punishment for those convicted
“Any time we’re talking about a demise punishment case, of course, we’re talking about the extreme perspective of criminal equity what’s more, I’m extremely concerned,” he said
“But with regard to that what I’m persuaded of is that we have individuals on the staff who are going to make utilize of all the assets in arrange to give the exceptionally best conceivable safeguard for such an individual “

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