President Bush says in the interview with ARD recorded last week: "Of course Guantanamo is a delicate issue for people. I would like to close the camp and put the prisoners on trial."
But he adds: "Our top court must still rule on whether they should go before a civil or military court.
"They will get their day in court. One can't say that of the people that they killed. They didn't give these people the opportunity for a fair trial."
I'm wondering if he actually understands what a trial is for. Sure, Stalin wanted people to get their day in court too.