David Hicks Military Commission Proceeding to Start...Or Not
The first Guantanamo military commission proceeding is set to begin Monday with the arraignment of Australian David Hicks. He will be called upon to enter a plea of guilty or not guilty to providing material support to terrorists. He was originally charged with three charges of attempted murder, conspiracy and aiding the enemy, but those charges were dropped.
Today, David McLeod, his Australian lawyer said a plea deal is a possiblility.
Asked how Hicks would plead at tomorrow's arraignment McLeod said: ``That remains to be seen''.
|< Frankel : The Media as Victim | Iraq Supplemental: Was This The "Big Win?" >|