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At Guantánamo, a Death Penalty Case Without a Death Penalty Lawyer


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At Guantánamo, a Death Penalty Case Without a Death Penalty Lawyer

Cassandra Stubbs

The latest in a long string of outrages in the Guantánamo military tribunals.

Just as you would not expect a recent medical school graduate to perform a complex and risky surgery, you would not assign a junior lawyer without capital experience a leading role in a capital case.

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Reflection on values is great, but


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What the so called judge has done here is totally obstruct justice. How can the trial result in a just decision when the accused is tried with one hand tied behind his back? If you want to understand what depths of corruptionthe US judicial system has fallen to, then watch this case. I hope this judge will be disciplined for his foolish temper tantrum.