'Dramatic snub' for Bush Admin in Gitmo trial?

According to the BBC  (online article):
"The BBC's Kim Ghattas at the trial says the sentence is a dramatic snub to the Bush administration and came after just one-and-a-half hours of deliberation."

I don't get it. How is it a "dramatic snub"? The Bush administration wanted trials, got them, and justice was served according to a military jury. Or did I miss something here?

According to the BBC  (online article):
"The BBC's Kim Ghattas at the trial says the sentence is a dramatic snub to the Bush administration and came after just one-and-a-half hours of deliberation."

I don't get it. How is it a "dramatic snub"? The Bush administration wanted trials, got them, and justice was served according to a military jury. Or did I miss something here?