Should Military Use Conspiracy As A War Crimes Charge?

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After the U.S. Supreme Court’s Hamdan decision invalidating the military commission process, it is unclear to what extent military prosecutors can continue to use conspiracy as a war crimes charge, says the Christian Science Monitor. The Bush administration is asking Congress to pass a law recognizing conspiracy as a war crime. Some experts warn that
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