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Though contempt Judge Nicola Lettieri had ruled early on that the selective prosecution of Al-Jadeed could not be used as a viable defense since no complaints were brought against the other media agencies, critics of the tribunal have questioned why the court decided to prosecute Al-Jadeed while Western reporters who have published sensitive details about the trial have not drawn the same level of scrutiny.
Selective prosecution is notoriously difficult to prove in court--the judge in D'Souza's case flatly rejected his claim to have been targeted unfairly--but few doubt that it occurs.
The EU is concerned at what appears to be selective prosecution against Mr Anwar and the hasty conclusion of the appeals procedure which directly impacts on his participation in the democratic process, It said.
We have yet to end selective prosecution and discrimination in sentencing.
This isn't about usantidoping wanting to clean up cycling - rather it's just plain ol' selective prosecution that reeks of vendetta," he added.
EU members and the United States expressed alarm after her arrest, saying they were concerned about a selective prosecution by the Yanukovych-led authorities of their foes.
It's not about racial profiling, selective prosecution or xenophobia.
The US Secretary of State said Mikhail Khodorkovsky's conviction raised "serious questions about selective prosecution and about the rule of law being overshadowed by political considerations".
In spite of that fact, collecting data on race remains critically important because, as the Supreme Court's selective prosecution cases make clear, without data, a defendant cannot prevail on a selective prosecution claim.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton led a chorus of political figures in the United States and Europe in condemning the verdict, saying that it raised "serious questions about selective prosecution and about the rule of law being overshadowed by political considerations".
Clinton said the conviction raised "serious questions about selective prosecution and about the rule of

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