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15 August 2003

Punishment without trial, an occupation without law

'It was punishment without trial' by Jonathan Steele relates several stories of innocent Iraqis caught up in the blundering march of coalition "justice". In the absence of a plan, an authority or a clear understanding of the law, treatment of detainees is largely a matter of the good or ill will of random American officers. Even children are subject to the whims of the often misguided attempts at enforcing order.

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