It’s hard to see how this is just or fair by any definition. If this is the practice, why go through the bother of a hearing at all? Why pretend to adhere to any rule of law?
The military system of determining whether detainees are properly held at GuantÃ¡namo Bay, Cuba, includes an unusual practice: If Pentagon officials disagree with the result of a hearing, they order a second one, or even a third, until they approve of the finding.
Read the rest of the New York Times article: GuantÃ¡namo Detaineesâ€™ Suit Challenges Fairness of Militaryâ€™s Repeat Hearings.