We do have a responsibility to conduct ourselves by the ideals at the core of what we say we believe in.
Doing the right thing ain't easy. The foundation of our laws insist on fair and speedy adjudication. I don't want anyone to just walk free. Go through the proper established process. That's all. You want to give people justice, put the alleged villains to the test in court.
And don't bother with the "not U.S. citizens" cop out. It's simply easier to incarcerate someone when the criteria of evidence is diminished. It also opens up the possibility of mistakes being made.
They may be the most evil people on the planet but we have to find out the truth. We have to get it right.
I would love to see a movie, TV show or book that focuses on a main character suspected of criminal or terrorist activity but there is not enough information presented for anyone to really figure out if the guy is guilty.
No Hollywood ending where you get the revelation of innocence or evil. Just the dilemma of passing judgement based only on assumptions.