Yes, just like U.S. citizens, terrorists should be given a fair trial in federal courts
No, they should be tried in military tribunals but not subject to torture
Yes, give them a fair trial and shut down Guantanamo Bay
No, they are not U.S. citizens and do not have constitutional rights

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 @8LX7Q6W from Ohio answered…4yrs4Y

Yes but only after they have been closely looked after for a period of time.

 @ariff from Arkansas answered…4yrs4Y

No, they are not US citizens but basic human rights still apply, and only if they are captured in an area under the jurisdiction of U.S. law.

 @8XLR4JX  from North Carolina answered…9mos9MO

Not constitutional rights since they aren’t citizens, but basic human rights and international law still apply

 @4SQWJ65from Florida answered…4yrs4Y

Is this seriously in consideration? They honestly shouldn't even be considered people. Of course they're not getting constitutional rights.

 @52L8D8Zfrom Texas answered…4yrs4Y

We wouldn't have to answer this question if we weren't legitimizing terror through unfair wars that create people accustomed to suffering and warfare as a norm, and who are living lives filled with terror because of us. This is not the way of Americans and it must stop.

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