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In Pursuit of Justice: Prosecuting Terrorism Cases in the Federal Courts Paperback – May 30, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-0979997549 ISBN-10: 0979997542 Edition: 1st

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This White Paper not only addresses an important issue, but analyzes it in unassailable fashion, including the conclusion that we should not be fixing what ain't broke. The irony is that of the several ounterterrorism measures utilized prior to 9/11, criminal prosecution was the only mechanism that reasonably accomplished its objectives. In the rush for alternatives after 9/11, that has generally been forgotten until publication of this White Paper. In light of the policy disaster that Guantanamo has become - both substantively and with respect to public relations - what we do not need is a new national security court system that provides only a diluted and substandard version of process and trial. Indeed, it is in these types of cases, in which the charges are serious and prejudice and hysteria are present, that the need for accurate and reliable adjudications - which require the due process protections the criminal justice system affords - is most necessary for individual rights, public confidence, and genuine national security. -- Josh Dratel --Josh Dratel

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