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The end of Bush's kangaroo courts? The dismissal of two cases in Guantánamo Bay dealt a rightful blow to the administration's quasi-justice system for alleged terrorists.

Date: June 6, 2007
Author: Jennifer Daskal
QUOTE: suspected terrorists would be deprived of the basic principles of due process and could potentially be convicted on evidence they had never seen -- including evidence obtained by interrogators using torture.

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