By the time the shoe Bomber was convicted, e.g., finally pleaded guilty, there became known to his lawyers over 200-top secret documents, intelligence officers and networks that a military court just wouldn't allow to be known. These defense lawyers have been known to pass on info to the enemy for idealistic reasons, Lynne Stewart comes to mind. If you do not know who she is, I warn you, the following anger expressed by the following video-blogger is partially his shtick, but I can say that this justice system at times does amaze me:
I wish to say also that the shoe bomber really wasn't convicted, he merely pleaded guilty. And the only reason the most recent "eunuch bomber" is talking is because he has a close nit family connection[s] that is breaking down his defenses, which many of these terrorists do not have, at least do not have that support freedom and capitalism and view these acts as truly terror and not fighting and killing like Muhammad did most of his life in subversive militaristic manner.
One of Soros's organizations donated money to defend terrorists. And seem to be complicit with providing material support for a terrorist conspiracy.
"The Open Society Institute gave $20,000 in September 2002 to the Defense Committee of Lynne Stewart, the lawyer who has defended alleged terrorists in court and was sentenced to 2⅓ years in prison for "providing material support for a terrorist conspiracy" via a press conference for a client. An OSI spokeswoman said "it appeared to us at that time that there was a right-to-counsel issue worthy of our support."
Soros has been convicted of insider trading.
"French authorities began an investigation in 1989, and in 2002 a French court ruled that it was insider trading as defined under French securities laws and fined him $2 million which was the amount that he made using the insider information."
Soros has a history of funding organizations that subvert the US constitutional rights to bear arms.
Does Obama think this kind of "for sure use of court conviction" -- the fix is in -- is good for America? I don't think so.