United States of America: Disturbing appearance of Mohammed Jawad, child ‘enemy combatant’, at Guantánamo military commission hearing
On 12 March 2008, Mohammed Jawad, an Afghan national who was 16 or 17 years old at the time of his detention in 2002, appeared before a military judge in pre-trial military commission proceedings at Guantánamo. Amnesty International considers that no one under 18 years old should ever have been transferred to Guantánamo, and that no one who was a child at the time of their alleged crime should be subject to a military commission trial.
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