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Trial clock ticks, but painfully slowly

September 23, 2018
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On his return on Monday from a 10-day trip to see David Hicks inGuantanamo Bay, lawyer David McLeod was asked when he planned toreturn. – (The Age — 7 February, 2007)
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Prime Minister John Howard has put the United States on notice thatit must stick to a strict timetable to bring Australian terrorsuspect David Hicks to trial. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 4 hours ago)
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The US State Department has detailed the time frame for the military commission trial for Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks Department officials have used a video briefing for journali (ABC News — 6 February, 2007)
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US offers no guarantees on when the Australian terror suspect willface trial. – (The Age — 6 February, 2007)
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The US military has drafted new terrorism charges against Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks The chief US military prosecutor at Guantanamo Bay wants to charge him with attempted murder (ABC News — 3 February, 2007)
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Prime Minister John Howard says he is glad the US military has drafted new charges against Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks The US military has revealed details of the drafted charg (ABC News — 3 February, 2007)
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PM John Howard satisfied with the US government implementing aretrospective law to charge David Hicks. – (The Age — 4 February, 2007)
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US military lawyer for David Hicks says the Australian governmentis changing its position on retrospective charges. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 5 February, 2007)
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