ACLU: Gitmo Prosecutor Resigns In Protest

via ACLU Blog: Because Freedom Can't Blog Itself: Official Blog of the American Civil Liberties Union [link fixed]:

We learned late today that Army Lieutenant Colonel Darrel Vandeveld, the lead prosecutor in the military commissions case against Mohammed Jawad, has resigned in protest because the prosecution team was not providing the defense evidence that could indicate Jawad's innocence. Jawad was a teenager when he was captured in Afghanistan and he's one of the two youngest prisoners at Guantánamo.

I've said it before and will say it again: the JAGs are the heroes of the “war against terror”.

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2 Responses to ACLU: Gitmo Prosecutor Resigns In Protest

  1. Michael says:

    I should remember the first rule of blogging: Never Post When You are Sick

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