U.S. Navy Jury Condemns Terrorist’s Torture and Urges Clemency

At no level did the jurors recommend that any of Mr. Khan’s remedy was unlawful. Their letter famous that Mr. Khan, who by no means attained U.S. citizenship, was held as an “alien unprivileged enemy belligerent,” a standing that made him eligible for trial by navy fee and “not technically afforded the rights of U.S.