Trump Will Consider Sending NYC Terrorist to Guantanamo Bay

Trump Will Consider Sending NYC Terrorist to Guantanamo Bay

Trump Will Consider Sending NYC Terrorist to Guantanamo Bay

Tuesday's attack in New York City also gave the President, and other Republicans, an opportunity to promote a counter-insurgency approach to criminal justice.

The president made the comment a day after police said Sayfullo Saipov, an Uzbek immigrant, mowed people down on a bicycle path in Manhattan, killing eight and injuring at least 11 more.

Trump replied to a reporter by saying, "Send him to Gitmo".

Since the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, no suspected terrorists detained on USA soil have been sent to Guantánamo.

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"Under the Law of War, an enemy combatant can be held and questioned for intelligence gathering purposes without a lawyer present", said Graham, who served as a military attorney in the Air Force.

According to the State Department, Saipov, a legal permanent US resident, immigrated from his native Uzbekistan in March 2010 through the Diversity Immigrant Visa program, which is created to increase the number of immigrants from countries with low rates of immigration to the USA through a lottery system.

"We need quick justice and we need strong justice", he said.

Trump noted during a Cabinet meeting that Saipov had entered the country through the "Diversity Visa Lottery Program" and called on Congress to "immediately" begin working to eliminate the program, which applies to countries with low rates of immigration to the U.S. "Sounds nice, it is not nice, it is not good. We have to get much less politically correct". "What we have right now is a joke".

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He also suggested he would consider sending the suspect to the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., also called for trying Saipov at Guantanamo, according to the Huffington Post. "There is enough evidence to believe that he qualifies as an enemy combatant under the law of war", said Graham.

Supporters say it allows the authorities to detain potentially risky terror suspects.

"We must not consider these attacks on our homeland in isolation, but rather recognize them for what they are: acts of war", he said.

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She added that the White House would consider the suspect, Sayfullo Saipov, to be an "enemy combatant" but would not necessarily consider prosecuting him under that status. "As soon as possible, the administration should notify Congress how it plans to proceed with the interrogation and trial of this suspect".

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