So, as Paul already posted, US Representative Peter King (R-NY) has publicly called for the arrest and prosecution of journalist Glenn Greenwald for publishing classified information regarding the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance programs, programs lawmakers and intelligence officers defend as crucial tools in our war on terror.
Okay. But as long we're arresting people for supporting terrorists, we might want to start by arresting Representative King himself:
“We must pledge ourselves to support those brave men and women who this very moment are carrying forth the struggle against British imperialism in the streets of Belfast and Derry,” Mr. King told a pro-I.R.A. rally on Long Island, where he was serving as Nassau County comptroller, in 1982. Three years later he declared, “If civilians are killed in an attack on a military installation, it is certainly regrettable, but I will not morally blame the I.R.A. for it.”
... A judge in Belfast threw him out of an I.R.A. murder trial, calling him an “obvious collaborator,” said Ed Moloney, an Irish journalist and author of “A Secret History of the I.R.A.” In 1984, Mr. King complained that the Secret Service had investigated him as a “security risk,” Mr. Moloney said.
So, yeah. Representative King is a terrorist collaborator.* Lock him up.
* [He's also fucking crazy, but that is not a crime.]