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The Obama administration is proposing a $200 million fund to help pay for security costs in cities hosting the trials of accused terrorists such as Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
The money will be included in a budget plan for 2011 of roughly $3.7 trillion that President Barack Obama will submit to Congress on Monday, administration and congressional aides said Saturday. They spoke on condition of anonymity because the spending blueprint hasn't been announced.
It's cheaper to put a bullet on this terrorist's head.
It's another way for Obama to say that he'll pay your city for the 'inconvenience' if you HOST this trial. It's pay to play his game.
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Re: Will Obama stop wasting hundred million dollars on this piece of *****?
The perps were ready to plead guilty at GITMO, instead we are going to waste 200M to give a platform who a sick joke.
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