Disgraceful Hamdan Sentence Calls Military Commissions Into Question

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Author(s) Andrew C. McCarthy
Source National Review
Date August 8, 2008
URL http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=YWU1NDMxMWRjNDdjMTExZDlkOGFlODdkODIyNjA2OTk=
Quotes-start.png "Hamdan's commission has produced a trial that seems to have bent over backwards to be fair to the defendant — so much so that dubious evidentiary rulings and jury instructions may have caused an unmerited acquittal on one of the two charges. More significantly, it has resulted in a sentence that is stunningly unjust, by any measure, given the magnitude of the crime of conviction." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Trial was fair on the topic Trial of Salim Hamdan.