Hicks became the first person convicted at a U.S. war crimes trial since World War II after he pleaded guilty in March to providing material support to a terrorist organization.
Caught fighting with the Taliban in Afghanistan in December 2001, Hicks spent more than five years without trial at the U.S. prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, before a plea deal secured his transfer to Australia earlier this year.
David Hicks was a political prisoner and never was guilty of anything. He admitted to charges in order to play 'the game.'
And just think, at any given time, either you or me could easily end up in a legal cluster phuck just like these two men.
The law has no gender preference.