The Detention and Prosecution of Insurgents and Other Non-Traditional Combatants--A Look at the Task Force 134 Process and the Future of Detainee Prosecutions

Annexstad, W. James
July 2007
Army Lawyer;Jul2007, Issue 410, p72
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the limitations of the Central Criminal Court of Iraq (CCCI) and the process on the Task Force 134 in the U.S. According to the author, the CCCI is created by the administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) L. Paul Bremer to help promote the development of a judicial system in Iraq. Meanwhile, the mission of the Task Force 134 is to ensure individuals detained in Iraq received proper due process.


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