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Author(s) National Review editorial board
Source National Review
Date August 7, 2008
URL http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=NTQxNTdlNjU2ZGE4NTk1MzAyOGU3N2RjZTY0MWJlNDQ=
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Quotes-start.png "Of course, Hamdan was not alleged to have carried out specific acts of terror. His functions in al-Qaeda were the critical ones of enabling bin Laden to operate; to meet and plan attacks with top deputies like KSM; and to protect the mobile command structure so the terror network would survive even if the United States retaliated after jihadist atrocities. On his performance of this role, the evidence of guilt was overwhelming." Quotes-end.png


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This item argues for the position Trial was fair on the topic Trial of Salim Hamdan.