Two leading Seminoles wrote Washington to protest a Guantánamo war court document that said the 19th century tribe fought like al Qaeda today
By Carol Rosenberg
Seminoles Chairman Mitchell Cypress accused the military lawyers of a “backward dive into racist, revisionist history.”
He demanded that Obama apologize, personally.
In his letter, the tribe’s general counsel, Jim Shore, demanded that the U.S. remove portions of a legal brief defending the military commissions conviction of Osama bin Laden’s media secretary, a video maker.