Please ignore my last posting – have just read Ron’s – this is indeed the whole manual, not just the Executive Summary.
Sent: Monday, 22 January 2007
To: 'International Law Librarians List (Int-Law)'
Subject: RE: [Int-Law] The New Recently Released Rules Governing Military Commission Trials Of
I found this Executive Summary on the US Department of Defense web-site:
This says the Manual was submitted to Congress on the 18th January. I’m not sure what the next step is – does Congress have to approve it, and does that mean there must be a debate and a vote on it?
Can’t seem to find any links to the actual manual
itself yet – perhaps that’s because it is awaiting Congressional
approval. Those cognoscenti of
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Sent: Friday, 19 January 2007
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Subject: [Int-Law] The New Recently Released Rules Governing Military Commission Trials Of
Please excuse the cross-posting.
Are the new Rules, (referred to in our press here as a "238-page Manual"), released on or about 17 January 2007, yet available on the web anywhere ? I would be extremely grateful for any leads.
Many thanks in advance.
Ron Huttner LL.B (Hons)
(Retired) Barrister, Solicitor, Law Lecturer and Legal Researcher