Crimes of terror the legal and political implications of federal terrorism prosecutions wadie e said is professor of law at the university of south carolina school of law. Up to 90 off textbooks at amazon canada plus free two day shipping for six months when you sign up for amazon prime for students. The us governments power to categorize individuals as terrorist suspects and therefore ineligible for certain long standing constitutional protections has expanded exponentially since 9 11 all the while remaining resistant to oversight this book provides a dissection of the governments advantages over suspects in criminal prosecutions of terrorism which are driven by a preventive . Wadie e said professor at the university of south carolina school of law addresses most of these and related issues in his book crimes of terror the legal and political implications of federal terrorism prosecutions oxford 2015 a scholar with experience defending muslims and muslim americans in federal courts he became aware of the special challenges confronting this large population . Crimes of terror the legal and political implications of federal terrorism prosecutions author wadie e said publisher new york oxford university press 2015 207p reviewer david schultz march 2016 since 9 11 the united states declared war on terrorism has been fought along two dimensions one is the military operation that took
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