As Trump Touts Guantánamo, U.S. Prosecutors in New York Notch Wins in Terror Trials
Admitted al-Qaida operative Ibrahim Suleiman Adnan Harun is just the type of "bad dude" that Donald Trump has said should be locked up at Guantánamo Bay. Maybe in the future, that's where people like him will once again end up. But under an Obama-era policy that favored trial in civilian courts for anti-American fighters captured overseas, Harun was sent instead to Brooklyn, where an Eastern District jury convicted him on Thursday of killing two U.S. servicemen on a battlefield in Afghanistan nearly 14 years ago.
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