Convicted terrorists get more appeal rights?

CAAFLog has pointed to the following article:

Appellate review of military commissions, Thursday, October 08, 2009, Eugene R. Fidell, on Balkinization.

As Mr. Fidell points out, a “terrorist” tried and convicted at Guantanamo in a military commission has more appellate rights than the service-members who may have captured them and the service-members who are guarding them

/tip Dwight “ML” Sullivan.

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