We Shouldn't Use Military Tribunals For Every Terror Suspects

610 words - 3 pages

On September 11, 2001, United States had some terrible terrors. These terrors happened on WTC in New York City, and the pentagon in Washington DC. These are the most famous terror which is called 9/11 attacks in 21th century. Therefore, President George W. Bush issued a new military order for against terrorism. Many terror suspects had military tribunals, but it is very different with district courts. It is more strict and closed tribunals, so everyone only know the result of tribunals. And military tribunals are only progressed by small team of officers, and it progresses in secret, so nobody knows how tribunals progressed. Progressing military tribunals have some adventages, but there are more disadventages than adventages.
Progressing military tribunals in secret is one of disadventages. Of cause I cannot say that it dosen't has any adventages, as it security members of the tribunal or country. However, nobody knows how the tribunal progresses, how many people are involved and have interrogation, how many people are found not guilty, and why they are arrested. These problems are not clear. We don't even know these things, then how can we know there are no treated inhumanely such as turture? Moreover, many countries do not know about progressing military tribunals, so it will treat cooperation of all world. If other countries do not cooperate to get terrorists, United States will have a lot of problems to get terrorists, so if we view these problems from a long-term perspective, it will be hard to eradicate terror.
According to Louie who is a reporter of US News and World Report, in the district court, there are a right for the speedy trial, and that right will result that dismissal the suspecter (Gohmert). There are some possiblities for dismissal the suspecter. But did you know that...

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