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terça-feira, junho 05, 2007

A justiça por encomenda

A justiça por encomenda não é justiça. Saúdo a coragem dos juízes que, empossados do poder de condenar, exerceram o poder de absolver. | Agence France-Presse, a global news agency: "US government loses out in dramatic Guantanamo rulings
05/06/2007 11h08
A guard yells down from a guard tower at Camp #4 at Camp Delta
©AFP/File - Paul J. Richards

GUANTANAMO BAY US NAVAL BASE, Cuba (AFP) - The US government disagreed Tuesday with military judges who threw out charges against two Guantanamo Bay detainees in a stunning reversal on the legal front of its 'war on terror.'

Monday's surprise rulings on Toronto native Omar Ahmed Khadr, 20, and Osama bin Laden's ex-driver Salim Ahmed Hamdan threatened to torpedo the government's pursuit of Guantanamo Bay terror suspects through new-look military tribunals.

In both cases, the judges found that they had no jurisdiction to proceed with military commission trials, as neither Khadr nor Hamdan had been classified as an 'unlawful enemy combatant' as required by a recent US law."

:: enviado por RC :: 6/05/2007 04:55:00 da tarde :: início ::
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