Judge Andrew Napolitano stopped by Fox & Friends on Thursday morning to discuss a military judge’s decision to allow alleged “principal architect of the 9/11 attacks” Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to wear an American camouflage vest during his hearing.
Napolitano shared that the judge who made the decision wrote his reasoning in a document that has been sealed for over two weeks. And while Judge Napolitano doesn’t believe the suspect’s garb will impact the outcome of the case, he did see it as, essentially, a slap in the face to the victims’ families. He then rejected the possible argument that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed will bring before the court: That he was outfitted in an American military uniform while fighting the Russians in Afghanistan.
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