"But the most important point here is that one either believes in the American system of justice or one does not. When a reviled defendant is acquitted in court, and torture-obtained evidence is excluded, that isn't proof that the justice system is broken; it's proof that it works. A "justice system" which guarantees convictions -- or which allows the Government to rely on evidence extracted from torture -- isn't a justice system at all, by definition."
Imprisoned for six years, without bail, at CIA Blacksites...and out of 200-plus charges, only one conviction.
Oh yes, and don't forget the torture.
The rest found here: http://www.salon.com/news/opinion/glenn_greenwald/2010/11/18/trials