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Prosecuting Terrorism Cases >> Part 7: Panel Discussion
Former U.S. Attorneys and legal experts discuss the appropriate forum for prosecuting terrorism cases during a panel discussion at the National Association of Former U.S. Attorneys conference in New York. The panel, moderated by New York Times reporter Charlie Savage, featured: Eugene Fidell, president, National Institute of Military Justice; Kenneth Wainstein, former Assistant Attorney General for National Security, now partner, O'Melveny & Myers LLP; Capt. David Iglesias, JAGC, Prosecutor, Office of Military Commissions and former U.S. Attorney; Matthew Waxman, professor, Columbia Law School, and former deputy assistant secretary of Defense for Detainee Affairs.(7)

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