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1. US THIRD AMENDMENT
November 02, 2017

The origin of the third amendment is English law despite the dislikes of the standing armies. The US third amendment has no direct constitutional relevance. The Supreme Court has never ruled a case of it. The US third amendment has implications like the people have right of the domestic privacy. However, the constitutional deals with the relationship of the rights of people and military. The scholars have at times argued that the amendment might respond to the natural disasters and the terror attacks. After writing of the amendment in eighteen century, there was a belief that the issue o... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

2. Military Law
September 12, 2017

The backbone of the military legal system is the uniform code of military. Military law is a law that governs members of the armed forces. The law is normally applied to civilian but in special circumstances, personnel who return from a tour of duty must return to civilian life where the transition seems to be difficult. Application of this law reflects recognition of such people to different duties. The military justice system is a primary law enforcement tool of the armed forces. Courts-martial, the united state court of appeals and courts of criminal appeals are three tiers of milit... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

3. Greek Court Rejects Extradition of Turkish Soldiers Accused in Coup Attempt
December 05, 2016

A Greek court has ruled against the extradition of three Turkish soldiers accused by Ankara of involvement in a failed coup last summer. The three soldiers, part of a group of eight who fled to Greece, have denied Turkey's allegations. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has engaged in a crackdown on journalists, academics, military and civilian government employees, accusing them of participating in the July coup attempt. More than 100,000 people have been removed from their...... (read more)

4. Army Sergeant Accused of Desertion Asks Obama for Pardon
December 03, 2016

A U.S. Army sergeant and former prisoner of war accused of endangering fellow troops by abandoning his post in Afghanistan has asked President Barack Obama to pardon him before leaving office next month. If granted, the clemency request by lawyers for Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, first reported Friday by The New York Times, would avert a court-martial set for April in which military prosecutors are set to present evidence of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. Bergdahl was stationed...... (read more)

5. Amnesty Demands Israel Drop Charges Against Palestinian Activist
November 22, 2016

Amnesty International demanded Tuesday that Israel drop charges against a Palestinian human rights activist on the eve of his trial in a West Bank military court. "The deluge of charges against Issa Amro does not stand up to any scrutiny," Amnesty Middle East director Magdalena Mughrabi said. "In their determination to silence him and stifle his human rights work, the Israeli authorities have apparently even reopened a closed case file," Mughrabi said. "People...... (read more)

6. Ex-Philippine Dictator Marcos Buried With Military Honors
November 18, 2016

Ex-Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos was buried with military honors Friday, 30 years after he was ousted in a People Power revolution. The ceremony began with a 21-gun salute as soldiers in parade dress and ceremonial rifles stood to attention at the "Cemetery of Heroes" in Manila. Despite growing opposition from a coalition composed of Philippine human rights victims of the Marcos dictatorship, the Philippine’s Supreme Court ruled last week that Marcos could be buried at...... (read more)

7. Cameroon Cracking Down on Social Media
November 17, 2016

Social media use has exploded in Cameroon, as have the government’s efforts to police it. These members of the Presbyterian church Bota in Limbe, southwestern Cameroon are praying for three local men: Fomusoh Ivo Feh, Afuh Nivelle Nfor and Azah Levis Gob. They were convicted by a military court this month after allegedly sharing an SMS joke about recruitment for the Boko Haram terrorist group.  The proceedings were closed to the public and Amnesty International and local rights...... (read more)

8. Bergdahl Desertion Trial Delayed
November 14, 2016

The military court martial of U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl has been delayed until May 15, after prosecutors requested more time to retrieve classified evidence that was requested by Bergdahl's defense team. During a pre-trial hearing Monday, the presiding Army judge also heard a prosecution request to allow evidence from two soldiers who said they were wounded while trying to find Bergdahl when he walked off his post in Afghanistan in 2009.  A military officer testified...... (read more)

9. Group Says Flimsy Evidence Used to Hold Afghans in Guantanamo for Years
November 03, 2016

An Afghanistan-based independent research group says unsubstantiated evidence and “fantastical allegations” led to years of detention for eight Afghan men at the U.S.-run prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In a report released Thursday based on publicly available U.S. military and court documents, the Afghanistan Analysts Network (AAN) said it focused on examining the cases of the longest-serving Afghan detainees at the controversial prison, which was established 15-years ago following the...... (read more)

10. Two Women Convicted in US of Financing Somali Group Al-Shabaab
October 25, 2016

Two women who U.S. prosecutors say led an online group in raising money to support the Somali insurgent group al-Shabaab were convicted by a federal judge Tuesday following a trial in U.S. District Court in Virginia. Muna Osman Jama, 36, and Hinda Osman Dhirane, 46, were found guilty of organizing the so-called Group of Fifteen women from eight countries that helped finance al-Shabaab military operations and safehouses in Somalia and Kenya, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for...... (read more)

11. Majority of Chinese Worry Territorial Disputes Could Bring Military Conflict
October 06, 2016

A new survey shows a majority of people in China are concerned that territorial disputes with neighboring countries could lead to a military conflict. The Pew Research findings released Wednesday came from a selection of questions asked to more than 3,000 Chinese people earlier this year. China has been locked in a long-running dispute with countries such as the Philippines and Indonesia over territorial claims in the South China Sea.  The Hague’s Permanent Court of Arbitration...... (read more)

12. Analyst: Chechens Standing Trial in Nemtsov's Murder are Scapegoats
October 03, 2016

Five suspects in the 2015 murder of prominent Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov are on trial in a Russian military court. The five men, all Chechens, faced the jury on Monday in Moscow and pleaded not guilty. Nemtsov's supporters and family members say his murder was masterminded by high-ranking politicians and fear that the real culprits will never be found. Zlatica Hoke asked a Russia expert to throw some light on the case.... (read more)

13. Trial Opens for Suspects in Killing Russian Opposition Chief
October 03, 2016

A Moscow military court is beginning to hear the case of five people accused of involvement in the killing of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. Nemtsov was shot late at night in February 2015 as he and a companion walked across a bridge near the Kremlin. The brutality so close to the center of Russian power both frightened and angered supporters of the beleaguered opposition.   Five suspects, all of them Chechens, faced the court in Moscow on Monday as the hearings began. The...... (read more)

14. Foreign Hacker Who Aided Islamic State Gets 20 Years in US
September 23, 2016

A computer hacker who helped the Islamic State by providing names of more than 1,000 U.S. government and military workers as potential targets has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.   Twenty-year-old Ardit Ferizi, a native of Kosovo arrested last year in Malaysia, was sentenced Friday in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia. Earlier this year, he became the first person convicted in the U.S. of both computer hacking and terrorism charges.   Ferizi hacked a private company...... (read more)

15. Illinois Terror Suspect is Sentenced to 21 Years in Prison
September 20, 2016

A Chicago federal judge on Tuesday sentenced an Illinois man to 21 years in prison for plotting to attack a U.S. military facility with his cousin, a former Illinois National Guard soldier.   Jonas Edmonds, 30, of Aurora has pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. His cousin, former soldier Hasan Edmonds, 23, also of Aurora, is to be sentenced later Tuesday.   In court on Tuesday, Jonas Edmonds said he dropped Hasan Edmonds...... (read more)

16. Japan Court Rejects Okinawa Move to Block US Base Relocation
September 16, 2016

A Japanese court ruled Friday that Okinawa Gov. Takeshi Onaga's revocation of a reclamation permit for a U.S. military base on the southern island was illegal, supporting the central government plan to go ahead with the reclamation despite protests by local residents. The decision is the latest development in a legal battle between Okinawa and Tokyo over the relocation plan that has stalled for 20 years.   Okinawa said it will appeal the Fukuoka High Court ruling to the Supreme...... (read more)

17. Thai Moves to End Military Trials of Civilians Draws Mixed Response
September 14, 2016

A decision by Thailand’s military government to end military trials for most civilian crimes is drawing praise and skepticism from rights activists and lawyers, who say further steps are needed, including a return of freedom of assembly. Prime Minister, Prayut Chan-o-cha issued the order ending the military court’s jurisdiction over offenses linked to internal security, sedition, and insulting the Thai Royal Family. Military control Soon after coming to power in May 2014, the...... (read more)

18. Saudi Court Sends Egyptian to Jail for Espionage, Sorcery
August 23, 2016

A Saudi newspaper is reporting that an Egyptian man has been sentenced to six years in prison on charges of attempting to disturb public order, violating the kingdom's labor laws and communicating with a sorcerer to bewitch his employer. The Egyptian, who was unnamed in the Okaz report, was accused of acquiring a secret military document that listed the movements and names of Saudi troops and of emailing this document to the Iranian Embassy in Lebanon. Saudi Arabia and Iran are...... (read more)

19. Thai Military Court Rejects Torture Allegation in Bomb Trial
August 23, 2016

A Thai military court on Tuesday rejected allegations by two foreign defendants that they were tortured in custody and refused to transfer them to a new prison while being tried on charges of bombing a popular Hindu shrine in Bangkok that left 20 people dead. In previous preliminary hearings the two men have said they were tortured and mistreated by their jailers in a military detention, and on Tuesday pleaded to be moved to a different correctional facility. “After investigating these...... (read more)

20. US Woman Sentenced in Scheme to Provide Military Equipment to China
August 21, 2016

Before Wenxia Man was arrested for attempting to broker the $50 million sale of military equipment to the Chinese government, she knew the risks. In conversations with an undercover federal agent posing as a dealer, the California woman admitted she knew smuggling three jet engines and a drone out of the U.S. would be illegal, according to federal court documents. Yet she pressed on, communicating with the fake dealer and a Chinese "technology spy," Xinsheng Zhang, who was...... (read more)

21. 2 Ivorian Soldiers Get Jail Time in Connection With Grand-Bassam Attack
August 05, 2016

ABIDJAN, IVORY COAST— Two soldiers in Ivory Coast have been sentenced to 10 years in prison in connection with a deadly al-Qaida attack in the beach resort town of Grand-Bassam last March. Late Thursday — the same day the trial opened — a military court in Abidjan found Zanga Zoumana Coulibaly and Brice Touré guilty of criminal conspiracy and failing to report a suspected terrorist to police. Grand-Bassam, Ivory Coast... (read more)

22. Thai Activist's Mother Charged Under Royal Insult Laws over Facebook Post
August 01, 2016

BANGKOK— The mother of a leading activist against the military junta in Thailand was charged on Monday with insulting the country's monarchy in a one-word Facebook post. Patnaree Chankij was brought to a military court in Bangkok after the country's attorney general decided to press charges despite police saying earlier that they would not pursue a case against the 40-year-old woman. According to her lawyer, Patnaree was charged with violating Thailand's royal insult laws for writing the word "ja" - which means "yeah&q... (read more)

23. Turkey Suspends 60 Workers at Nation's Highest Court
July 30, 2016

Turkey continued its government crackdown in the wake of the July 15 failed military coup with the suspension Saturday of 60 Constitutional Court employees. The suspension will remain in effect until the employees' possible links to the coup attempt are assessed, the court said in a statement.  Eight other employees had already been dismissed and were detained July 18. The purges at the country’s highest court came on the same day Turkish courts released more than 800 soldiers, mostly in Istanbul and a few dozen in Ankara, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported. ... (read more)

24. Russian Agent Sentenced for Illegally Exporting US High-tech Gear
July 21, 2016

A federal court in New York on Thursday sentenced an admitted agent of the Russian government to 10 years in prison and ordered him to forfeit $500,000 in profit he'd gained from his criminal activity, which focused on acquiring and secretly shipping abroad high-tech microelectronics for Russian military equipment. Alexander Fishenko pleaded guilty to all 19 charges brought by the Department of Justice. U.S. officials said a company that Fishenko had founded shipped $50 million worth of electronic products to Russia between 2002 and 2012, all in defiance of a government licensing sys... (read more)

25. Pakistani Court Orders Freezing of Musharraf’s Bank Accounts, Property
July 19, 2016

ISLAMABAD— A special court in Pakistan hearing treason charges against former military president Pervez Musharraf Tuesday ordered authorities to freeze his bank accounts as well as seize his property anywhere in the country. The three-member panel of judges cited Musharraf’s continued personal absence in the high-treason trial despite repeated notices. The former Pakistani leader left the country in March after a provincial court allowed him to travel abroad for medical treatment, a ruling the Supreme Court later upheld. Hearing adjourned During Tuesday’s proceeding... (read more)

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