"There is no clearly defined rule of international law prohibiting material support of terrorism. Indeed, there is not even consensus on the definition of terrorism."
Attorney General-nominee, Eric Holder [see the following video]
It should also be noted that back in 1999, when former president Clinton pardoned 16 members of the FALN terrorist organization, Eric Holder [then-deputy attorney general] not only supported the pardon, he actually pushed for it - as far back as 1997.
During Holder's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee [in 1999], Sen. Orrin Hatch - then-chairman of the judiciary committee - asked him among other things, why he never pressed the terrorists to provide information about other FALN terrorists who were still at large. Holder shillyshallied a bit, but was unable to answer the question:
Surprisingly, Sen. Hatch is now supporting Mr. Holder's nomination for attorney general.
Oh well, it's reassuring to know that we'll soon have an attorney general who'll stand side-by-side with the terrorists of the world......
For a more thorough and detailed report on the entire FALN/Holder debacle, click here.
And to read what Joseph F. Connor - whose father was murdered by FALN terrorists - has to say about the Eric Holder/FALN debacle, click here.