Military Tribunals

Recently, the Bush administration revealed its plan for military tribunals to try suspected foreign terrorists. Correspondent Karen Grigsby Bates speaks with Jonathan Turley who says that although the plan is less Draconian than originally advertised last November, the tribunals still resemble a Kangaroo Court. Jonathan Turley is a professor of constitutional law at George Washington University.



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