Thursday, April 06, 2006

Kangaroo courts. Bush style.

Boycott Threat Roils Guantánamo Hearing
The Bush administration established the commissions in the hope that a new, military-run judicial system, for which it could devise its own rules, could prosecute terrorists more effectively than existing courts.

But the tribunals have been beset from the start by procedural confusion and disorganization, and the hearing on Wednesday brought more of the same.


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