Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Slow pace at Sierra Leone mutiny court-martial

Judge Advocate Otto O. During
The Sierra Leone mutiny court-martial with 14 accuseds continues to inch forward. According to this report from Awoko's Betty Milton, who seems to be to this case what the Miami Herald's Carol Rosenberg is to the Guantanamo military commissions (i.e., she appears to report on every trial session), the prosecution has put on testimony of only three witnesses since trial began on April 2. Of interest, at the latest session judge advocate Otto O. During observed that investigative personnel should be given some legal training, apparently prompted by deficient testimony by a witness from CID headquarters.

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