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SYDNEY: The chief prosecutor for the American military commissions that will try suspected terrorists being held at Guantánamo Bay has lashed out at the military lawyer of one of the detainees.
The prosecutor, Colonel Morris Davis, said that the lawyer, Major Michael Mori of the U.S. Marine Corps, should not be running about Australia making public appearances in uniform on behalf of his client, David Hicks, and that Mori faced possible prosecution for some of his remarks.