Defence slams Harkat hearing secrecyposted on October 30, 2004 | in Category | PermaLink
Source: CBC News Online
Date: October 29, 2004
OTTAWA - The first week of a special judicial hearing for accused terrorist Mohamed Harkat has ended. Lawyers for the Crown needed only two hours to cross-examine him, Thursday. Their case didn't take long, because much of the trial is being conducted in secret.
Defence lawyer Paul Copeland says both he and his client are in the dark about the real case against Harkat.
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