From Charles Cooke, over at The Corner, we learn:
The British press is aflutter with the news that the Queen of England personally requested of her government an explanation as to why it seemed unable to arrest and deport Abu Hamza, a convicted seditionist who was involved in the London bombings of July 7, 2005, and is wanted in several countries. By all accounts, what so vexed Her Majesty was the public spectacle of Hamza’s denouncing Britain so violently while employing its court system and government services to ensure that he could remain at large — and, it might be added, out of the hands of the United States, where he is wanted on suspicion of terrorism.
Putting aside the part of the story dealing with the extradition of Abu Hamza to The United States [good news: he will finally be handed over to us], I…
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