Justice: What Rights For Terrorists?

What Rights For Terrorists?

As he climbed aboard the yacht anchored off Cyprus, the suspected Lebanese terrorist was offered a beer. Then two FBI agents kicked his feet out from under him and fractured both his wrists while slapping on a pair of handcuffs. Fawaz Younis, 28, who had been lured aboard the yacht last September with promises of a drug deal, was wanted for leading the hijacking of a Jordanian airliner at Beirut International Airport in 1985. He was then transported to a U.S. Navy ship, where he was interrogated nine times in four days. Not surprisingly, Younis confessed to the hijacking.

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