Political Sway at Guantanamo?

Former Prosecutor Says Pressure Began with Australian's Case

In March, a plea bargain guaranteed Australian David Hicks, an inmate at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, his freedom by year's end. The deal helped Australian Prime Minister John Howard, a U.S. ally, avoid a bruising domestic controversy.
Now, the former chief prosecutor at the Guantanamo military commission in Cuba for suspected terrorists says in an interview that the Hicks case was the beginning of political interference in the ... Full Story »

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