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Officer criticizes military tribunals

Affidavit cites problems at Guantanamo Bay

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / June 23, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- An Army reserve officer who served on a military panel at Guantanamo Bay that determined whether a detainee should be held indefinitely as an "enemy combatant" has said the process is deeply flawed, relying on vague evidence prepared by poorly trained personnel, and is subject to undue pressure from the military chain of command, according to an affidavit ... (Full article: 1096 words)

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