The failure of Holder’s DoJ to win anything more than a single conspiracy count against Ghailani as a result of using a process designed for domestic criminals than wartime enemies shows that the critics had it right all along. It also shows that both Obama and Holder have been proven spectacularly wrong, since a man who confessed to the murder of over two hundred people will now face no more than 20 years, with a big chunk of whatever sentence Foopie receives being reduced by time already served.
I can't think of both a better way and worse way to refute this Administration's attempt to use the criminal justice system to deal with terrorism. But they'll never admit it. Holder should have been fired over a year ago. Every day brings more evidence that he still needs to be fired, and perhaps charged in dereliction of duty.