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US may revive military commissions: report

Continuing the military commissions in any form would probably prompt sharp criticism from human rights groups as well as some of Obama?s political allies, the paper noted.

But officials who work on the Guantanamo issue say administration lawyers have become concerned that they would face significant obstacles to trying some terrorism suspects in federal courts, The Times said.

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Translation; any real application of true American justice with these cases would reveal that prosecutors don't have a real leg to stand on.

And, if confessions were in any way extracted by torture, entire cases may readily be tossed completely out of court.

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