Should foreign terrorism suspects be given constitutional rights?

Should foreign terrorism suspects be given constitutional rights?

CIA used enhanced interrogation techniques at black sites around the world, including Bagram, Guantanamo Bay, and Abu Ghraib, authorized by officials of the George W. Bush administration. This led to debate and outrage throughout the country.
Those in favor consider that a terrorist who displays no mercy before inflicting pain on little children and women deserves to be stripped of constitutional and human rights.
Opponents argue that every person should be given right to a fair trial and treated with dignity just like any random U.S citizen. What are your thoughts? Should foreign terrorism suspects be given constitutional rights?

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  • Should foreign terrorism suspects be given constitutional rights?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Can’t Say
2 Comments
  • k
    Posted at 23:38h, 23 October Reply

    If you want to kill, hurt, maim either another person or religion – then yes you need help! Is torture the best way to go about it, I couldn’t honestly say. What I can say is my dad taught me that war is always brought on by religion. Therefore, the USA can attempt to control what is the threat now – but what’s next!.
    I agree fully with ‘whatever means necessary’ to obtain information, some of these fully fledged believers would rather die than let you know who’s child they are prepared to kill.

  • Dean Haggerty
    Posted at 20:13h, 28 May Reply

    Citizens have rights, these prisoners are terrorist.

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