Broken At Bagram, But Still Admissible

Abby Zimet

The judge at the Guantanamo trial of Canadian Omar Khadr, 15 and seriously wounded at the time of his capture, has ruled
as admissible evidence the confessions Khadr made under threat of being
gang-raped to death. His  lawyer Dennis Edney reported Khadr said of
the hearing, "We're embarrassing ourselves by being here," which seems a
remarkably dignified way of putting it.

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