The Program in Public Law presents "U.S. v. John Lindh: Constitutional and Human Rights Implications of an Extraordinary Case." Frank R. Lindh discusses the case of his son John Walker Lindh, arrested in Afghanistan in 2001 and currently serving a 20-year sentence for serving in the Taliban Army.
The U.S. v. John Lindh: Constitutional and Human Rights Implications of an Extraordinary Case
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