Infinite Justice

Zengerle, Jason
November 2001
New Republic;11/19/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 21, p17
Offers observations on the establishment of a military tribunal by the United States to try terrorists in the U.S. Establishment of a military commission to try German spies who had landed in the U.S. by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1942; Detention of suspected terrorists in 2001; Arguments in favor of establishing a military tribunal in the U.S., including the ability of the court to bypass normal legal procedures; Suggestion that this may be necessary to satisfactorily resolve these cases.


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