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Parsippany High School to put President on trial

03/3/06 - Posted from the Daily Record newsroom
'Trial' of Bush prompts meeting

Parsippany school officials to discuss classroom project

PARSIPPANY -- Top school officials will huddle privately this morning to discuss a classroom war crimes "trial"of President Bush at Parsippany High School that suddenly is drawing national attention.

The school board's president, Robert Perlett, said the 8:30 a.m. meeting was called by mutual agreement on Thursday as the uproar surrounding the mock tribunal escalated on the Internet and talk radio.

Perlett said no decision had been made to halt the trial, which is to enter a fourth day today after classes were canceled Thursday due to the snowstorm.

"There is no curtailment of what is going on at the school, at present,"Perlett said.

Perlett said that the high school's principal, Anthony Sciaino, would attend the meeting. Sciaino, who did not return a phone call Thursday, said on Wednesday evening that he approved the senior advanced placement government class project in advance.

Interim Superintendent James Dwyer, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum Kathleen Sleezer and board Vice President Alan Gordon will also attend, Perlett said.

Teacher not invited

Joseph Kyle, whose class is trying Bush for alleged "crimes against civilian populations"and "inhumane treatment of prisoners," was not invited, Perlett said.

"It's going to be very interesting. We might as well wait and see if a shoe drops or not," said teachers union President John Capsouras.

Capsouras spoke to Kyle by telephone on Thursday evening about the controversy stemming from the trial, in which students are playing the roles of prosecutors, defense lawyers and witnesses and a five-teacher "international court of justice"is sitting in judgment.

"Joe is fine. He's a good man, and he's fine," Capsouras said of Kyle, who is the union's vice president and chief negotiator.

Capsouras said Kyle, an eight-year teacher at the high school, was in good spirits despite some crank calls. He said that Kyle, in terms of his job, should be in the clear unless "somebody decides they didn't give him permission" for the project.

Student outlook

Catherine Galdun, one of four student prosecutors, said she would be upset if the trial -- which Kyle, on Wednesday, likened to a hearing -- is halted.

"I would say that we're doing this in a fair and balanced way," said Galdun, 18.

"We're looking at both sides of it. If they don't believe that's right to do in a classroom -- to debate both sides of an issue -- I don't agree with that," Galdun said.

A chorus of criticism ensued after a Daily Record story about the project was linked to the Drudge Report on the Internet and discussed on various news programs on Thursday, with e-mails from across the nation calling Kyle a disgrace, a traitor and worse.

"If my child came home from school and told me this was going on, I would have someone's head. This is akin to treason," wrote Karen LaBauve of Roswell, N.M., in an e-mail to the Daily Record.

A smaller number praised Kyle....

The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in
the same hands, whether of one, a few, or many, and whether hereditary,
self-appointive, or elective, may justly be pronounced the very definition
of tyranny.

James Madison Federalist No. 47, para. 3.

Tyranny is exactly what all 3 branches of government have done to United States citizens. Notice use of the word citizens, as constitutional guarantees are applied to U.S. citizens.

President George Bush signed an executive order previous to Congress authorizing war/declaring war on any nation or country following the 9/11. Nobody declared war on bin Laden, who reportedly was responsible for the plotting and the conspiracy of 9/11.

Pedilla = American citizen
June 9, 2002 - U.S. Citizen Subject to Military Detention -- President Bush designates U.S. citizen, Jose Padilla, an "enemy combatant" who is under military detention despite earlier assurances that U.S. citizens would not be subject to military jurisdiction. Padilla wsa suspected of plotting to detonate a so-called "dirty bomb" even though law enforcement officials concede that the plot may never have moved beyond the discussion stage. The Brooklyn-born Puerto Rican has been held in military custody since May 8 and has not been charged with any crime. On June 11, the Bush administration announced that Padilla may be held indefinitely without a trial.

When Bush designated him as an enemy combatant, this American citizen was denied the protection of our United States Constitution, including Bill of Rights protections.

Congress and the federal courts and the Supine Court are equally culpable for permitting this use of an executive order to strip a citizen of unalienable rights.

The action by Bush is absolutely without precedent.

enemy combatants unconstitutional Dec 19, 03
Thank you, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals


WASHINGTON (CNN) -- In another legal setback for the Bush administration, a federal appeals court has concluded terrorist suspects held in secret U.S. custody on foreign soil deserve access to lawyers and the American legal system.

The U.S. Supreme Court has already agreed to decide whether U.S. courts have jurisdiction over the "detention of foreign nationals captured abroad ... and incarcerated at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba."

But the latest ruling by the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Thursday adds more legal ammunition to criticism over the constitutionality of the White House's war on terror, stemming from September 11, 2001, attacks. The Supreme Court will have the final word on the detention policy when it hears two similar cases and issues a ruling by June.

More Court: Gitmo suspects need lawyersFriday, December 19, 2003

Recall the C-span interview (12/3/2003:
Washington Journal) with Vivica Novak, Time Magazine, Washington Correspondent, discussing her recent article? Novak reported there were three children held at the base as well. Now why on earth is nobody screaming about that?


Are Americans asleep or just sheep.

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