The recent acquittal of terrorist Ahmad Ghailani on all but one charge related to the 1998 embassy bombings in East Africa proves that no more terrorism trials can be held in civilian court. That’s the assessment of Michigan Rep. Peter Hoekstra, the top Republican on the House Select Intelligence Committee. Why does Hoekstra believe civilian courts are incompatible with trials for terrorists? Should these detainees even have trials as long as the war continues? Should we have full confidence in military trials, even though the early results from those proceedings have been disappointing as well? And how do the terrorists view the U.S. waffling over when and where to conduct these trials? We ask Rep. Hoekstra.