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Chaplain's Trial / Fidell Interview #743459

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 08, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Ft. Benning: Bob Franken) The trial of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, chaplain Capt. James Yee on various charges short of spying examined; courtroom sketches from Ft. Benning, Georgia, by Richard Miller shown; details given of the testimony about Yee's adultery & his possession of classified materials about detainees. [Yee attorney Eugene FIDELL†- calls the charges inconsequential.] The vague nature of the process facing Yee discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Yee's attorney. [From Ft. Benning, FIDELL - says these charges are usually handled outside an Article 32 investigation that could lead to a court martial; calls it ridiculous for the military to expend energy on adultery charges; states someone in responsibility has to shut this case down.]

Brown, Aaron;
Franken, Bob

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