How Ashcroft, Rumsfeld Feud Over Terror Cases

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In December 2001, Attorney General John Ashcroft defended the federal government’s use of military commissions to try alleged terrorists. U.S. News & World Report says that behind the scenes, Ashcroft has been arguing against the exclusive use of commissions at the expense of the courts. He has expressed exasperation at how long it has taken
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