Courts Believe Every Terrorist Says Fox News?

When «Fox and Friends» covered the exclusion of a prosecution witness in the trial of Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, accused in the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in East Africa, the Fox News reporter covering the story, Julie Kirtz, not only claimed the witness was excluded because Ghailani’s «lawyers say he was tortured» but she also failed to correct «Fox and Friends» anchor Brian Kilmeade’s claim that the witness was excluded because «we’re going to believe every terrorist,» even though the federal judge’s order excluding the witness was based on the admission of a career federal prosecutor hired by the Bush Administration that the court should «assume in deciding this motion that everything Ghailani said while in CIA custody was coerced,» as I show in this video.

The clips I use of Fox News reporter Julie Kirtz and «Fox and Friends» anchor Brian Kilmeade come from a segment on the October 7, 2010, broadcast of «Fox and Friends» (which I have not found online)

The public domain image of Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani I use comes from the Department of Justice webpage at…

The public domain images I use of the Judge Lewis Kaplan’s October 5, 2010, order comes from a document I downloaded using the federal court’s PACER service and then uploaded to my website at

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