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A 10-Minute Trial, a Death Sentence: Iraqi Justice for ISIS Suspects

Margaret Coker and Falih Hassan write for The New York Times:

The 42-year-old housewife had two minutes to defend herself against charges of supporting the Islamic State.

The whole trial lasted 10 minutes before the judge sentenced her to death by hanging.

Iraq’s judicial assembly line has relentlessly churned out terrorism convictions since the battlefield victories over the Islamic State last year led to the capture of thousands of fighters, functionaries and family members. Authorities accuse them of helping to prop up the group’s vicious three-year rule over nearly a third of the country.

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