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Author: Louis Fisher,Jennifer Elsea
ISBN: 1594549362
Language: English
Pages: 138 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: Nova Novinka; UK ed. edition (April 28, 2006)
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The purpose of this book is to identify some of the legal and practical implications of treating the terrorist acts as war crimes and of applying the law of war rather than criminal statutes to prosecute the alleged perpetrators

The purpose of this book is to identify some of the legal and practical implications of treating the terrorist acts as war crimes and of applying the law of war rather than criminal statutes to prosecute the alleged perpetrators.

This book also describes the procedures used by the World War II military tribunal to try the eight Germans, the habeas corpus petition to the Supreme Court, and the resulting convictions and executions.

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Conservative Philip Davies added: ‘God help us all if the BBC, as a public service broadcaster, can’t describe things as they are. Are they not wanting to offend the IS terrorists? It is absolutely extraordinary. Our aim is to report accurately and we use the appropriate terms to do s. It is not the first time that BBC critics have pointed out that its effective ban on the word ‘terrorism’ is out of date. In 2013, Prime Minister David Cameron criticised the broadcaster after it described the terrorists behind a hostage attack in Algeria as ‘militants’. He said: ‘These are terrorists and they should be described as such.

Determine if the suspects are terrorists or not. Is there some benefit to letting prospective terrorists wander around until they execute an. .If you have a case then arrest them. Say you have a suspect who is actually a terrorist. Is there some benefit to letting prospective terrorists wander around until they execute an attack that I am not aware of? If you have a case then arrest them.

The purpose of this book is to identify some of the legal and practical implications of treating the terrorist acts as war crimes and of applying the law of war rather than criminal statutes to prosecute the alleged perpetrators. On 13 November 2001, President George W. Bush issued a military order to provide for the detention, treatment, and trial of those who assisted the terrorist attacks on the two World Trade Center buildings in New York City and the Pentagon on September 11. In creating a military commission (tribunal) to try the terrorists, President Bush modelled his tribunal in large part on a proclamation and military order issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1942, after the capture of eight German saboteurs. This book also describes the procedures used by the World War II military tribunal to try the eight Germans, the habeas corpus petition to the Supreme Court, and the resulting convictions and executions.