The U.S. v. John Lindh: Constitutional and Human Rights Implications of an Extraordinary Case

March 06, 2008

Frank R. Lindh discusses the case of his son John Walker Lindh, who was arrested in Afghanistan in 2001 and has received a 20-year sentence for serving in the Taliban Army. Sponsored by the Program in Public Law.

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