Gitmo military court conviction reversed for Australian national

Criminal record expunged for David Hicks, who was imprisoned at the facility for six years on terrorism charges
February 2015
Al Jazeera America

The first terrorism conviction before a U.S. military court at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba has been reversed.

In 2007, Australian David Hicks, who spent almost six years at the base's controversial prison facility, pleaded guilty and was convicted of providing "material support for terrorism." ...

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