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Argument: Military tribunals make trying terrorists in court unnecessary

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-*[[Debate: Trying 9/11 terror suspects in NYC courts]]+*[[Debate: Trying 9/11 terror suspects in NYC courts]], con argument.
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==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
[http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/11/18/opinion/main5697613.shtml Dan McLaughlin. "Why Terrorists Don't Deserve A Court Date." CBS. November 18, 2009]: "The trials are wholly unnecessary; the Administration is holding some enemy combatants without trial and trying others through the military commission system, thus conceding that it has alternatives. As a result, any risks, expenses or other downsides of the trials are being undertaken solely for the purpose of empty symbolism." [http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/11/18/opinion/main5697613.shtml Dan McLaughlin. "Why Terrorists Don't Deserve A Court Date." CBS. November 18, 2009]: "The trials are wholly unnecessary; the Administration is holding some enemy combatants without trial and trying others through the military commission system, thus conceding that it has alternatives. As a result, any risks, expenses or other downsides of the trials are being undertaken solely for the purpose of empty symbolism."

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Dan McLaughlin. "Why Terrorists Don't Deserve A Court Date." CBS. November 18, 2009: "The trials are wholly unnecessary; the Administration is holding some enemy combatants without trial and trying others through the military commission system, thus conceding that it has alternatives. As a result, any risks, expenses or other downsides of the trials are being undertaken solely for the purpose of empty symbolism."

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