They would seize him, and if they didn't kill him they would take him down the Congo to a point where a properly ordered military tribunal
would do so just as effectively, though in a more regular manner.
That is especially pronounced in military tribunals
Military courts and military tribunals
have vast historical background throughout the history of the states; we examine gradually the status of the states of military courts of USA, UK, Israel, South Africa, Russia, Australia, Myanmar, Egypt, China, and Pakistan.
Though a true democracy does not need military tribunals
to try and punish civilians accused of terrorism, in Pakistani setting where criminal justice system is not that effective and where there are many lacunae in its implementation, such an arrangement is perhaps need of the hour to speedily dispose of terror related cases.
A thoughtful scrutiny of how the Nuremberg Trials shaped future understanding of war crimes, military justice, and international jurisprudence, Reassessing the Nuremberg Military Tribunals
is highly recommended.
The rights group, which has lobbied against civilians being tried before military tribunals
, saidthe military was working to "keep the gains obtained in the Muslim Brotherhood era of trying civilians before military courts.
Tomaz Jardim has made a significant contribution to our understanding of the series of military tribunals
held on war crimes and crimes against humanity within the American controlled sector of occupied Germany in the wake of the first Nuremberg Trial.
at Nuremberg (NMT) have been overshadowed by the first Nuremberg trial, the International Military Tribunal
, also referred to as IMT.
In its violent crackdown on the May demonstrations outside the Defence Ministry, the military arrested over 300 people and referred them to military tribunals
Summary: Egypt's Islamist-dominated parliament is banning the country's next president from sending civilians for trial by military tribunals
But human rights groups have slammed the use of military tribunals
as opposed to civilian courts.
have come under fire from many activists for targeting the opponents of the ruling military council, but still a large swathe of the population supports such tribunals, especially when they are used against thugs and criminals, a large number of whom are still at large after escaping from prison in the aftermath of the revolution.