General Discontent

President Bush's proposal for kangaroo military tribunals is taking heavy fire from Pentagon brass:

"I'm not aware of any situation in the world where there is a system of jurisprudence that is recognized by civilized people where an individual can be tried and convicted without seeing the evidence against him. I don't think the United States needs to become the first in that scenario." — Brig. Gen. James Walker, staff judge advocate for the Marine Corps.