Actress Vanessa Redgrave put up half of the 50,000-pound bail for the release of a man accused of distributing terrorist propaganda for Osama bin Laden, recruiting for jihadists, and helping run a terrorist cell. He and another man were released from Guantanamo Bay, and warrants for their arrest were issued from Spain within hours of their arrival in London, where they live. Redgrave said:
These guys were picked up in Afghanistan by American troops — in a war zone, remember — and yet they say they are innocent. One man says he simply found it hard to be a Muslim in Britain, so he went home. Riiiiight…without his family? The twisted supporters of these guys say that they're innocent men who were kidnapped and tortured by American troops.
I suppose it's better for them to be released overseas in their home countries than here in the U.S., but I'd rather not see them released at all! By the way, you might want to check out my post earlier today for a couple different definitions of 'torture'. To me, torture is having to put up with these Hollywood wackos that hate America so much that they willingly assist known terrorists.
There's my two cents.