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Conspiracy charge likely against Australian held at Guantanamo Bay

A suspected Australian terrorist being held by US authorities at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba is likely to be charged with conspiracy, his lawyer said. Civilian lawyer Stephen Kenny, the first defence counsel to be given access to any of the camp’s more than 600 inmates, said the United States had imposed curbs on what he could tell the media but he believed Adelaide man David Hicks could be charged with conspiracy when he faces a military commission. “I have some limitations on what I can and cannot say but I think I can say the charge will be some form of conspiracy charge,” he told a press conference in New York and broadcast in Australia. Full Story

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