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The Lockerbie Trial: A Documentary History - Terrorism: Documents of International and Local Control, Second Series (Hardback)
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The Lockerbie Trial: A Documentary History - Terrorism: Documents of International and Local Control, Second Series (Hardback)

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Hardback 608 Pages / Published: 25/02/2004
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This volume traces the history of the Lockerbie incident through the full text documents associated with the case from the tragic evening of December 21 1988 through the international court conflict. The author argues that prosecuting terrorists in national courts is preferred over international courts and tribunals, using the UK as an example in arranging the Lockerbie trial in another country with judges replacing the jury as the primary fact finders.

Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
ISBN: 9780379215120
Number of pages: 608
Weight: 1271 g
Dimensions: 261 x 183 x 38 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"This book is highly recommended for scholars of terrorism (national and international) as well as for scholars of the legal aspects of terrorism." "Grant puts forth an intriguing argument and uses the Lockerbie trial as a practical example."
Chanie Beckman, Librarian, Dewey Ballantine, Washington, D.C., Legal Information Alert


"This book is highly recommended for scholars of terrorism (national and international) as well as for scholars of the legal aspects of terrorism." "Grant puts forth an intriguing argument and uses the Lockerbie trial as a practical example."
Chanie Beckman, Librarian, Dewey Ballantine, Washington, D.C., Legal Information Alert

"This book is highly recommended for scholars of terrorism (national and international) as well as for scholars of the legal aspects of terrorism." "Grant puts forth an intriguing argument and uses the Lockerbie trial as a practical example."
Chanie Beckman, Librarian, Dewey Ballantine, Washington, D.C., Legal Information Alert


"This book is highly recommended for scholars of terrorism (national and international) as well as for scholars of the legal aspects of terrorism." "Grant puts forth an intriguing argument and uses the Lockerbie trial as a practical example."
Chanie Beckman, Librarian, Dewey Ballantine, Washington, D.C., Legal Information Alert




"This book is highly recommended for scholars of terrorism (national and international) as well as for scholars of the legal aspects of terrorism." "Grant puts forth an intriguing argument and uses the Lockerbie trial as a practical example."
Chanie Beckman, Librarian, Dewey Ballantine, Washington, D.C., Legal Information Alert


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