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Ex-Bush Officials Say It’s a Mistake to Limit Terrorism Cases to Military Trials

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Ex-Bush officials are stepping up to say that it’s not a good idea to limit terrorism trials to just military tribunals — something some Republicans are pushing for.

The New York Times reports that ex-Bush officials feel limiting the trials to military tribunals would weaken the government’s hand.

“This rush to military commissions is based on premises that are not true,” John B. Bellinger III, a top legal adviser to the National Security Council and the State Department under President George W. Bush told the Times. “I think it is neither appropriate nor necessary to limit terrorism cases to either military commissions alone or federal trials alone.”

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