The CBC broadcast a documentary, called: The Al-Qaeda Code's
information on the documentary here
In this documentary, it is noted that West Point, is using this case as an instructional course to
" teach soldiers how to thwart radical groups" doesn't that seem, premature?
Isn' t that odd, given the trials has not even begun in earnest and no one has been convicted?
So how could it be worthy of a case study?
Especially, one with a leader/trainer who was/is a paid government informant.?
Interesting to note also:
Mark Johnston of Toronto's Nomad Films, says that at West Point he saw that the U.S. military has access to volumes of the Canadian defendants' e-mail exchanges.
how is that possible? How did West point get the e-mail exchanges? Wouldn't these be evidence in a trial, that hasn't even happened yet?