Robert Chester (lawyer)

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Robert Chester is a military officer and lawyer.[1] Chester is a Colonel in the United States Marine Corps.

Chester has recently been appointed to serve as President of the Guantanamo military commission faced by Omar Khadr.[2]

On January 12, 2006 he admonished Khadr's prosecutor, Colonel Morris Davis, to show more respect to Khadr. He instructed him to start referring to Khadr as "Mr Khadr".[3]

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  1. ^ Army pathologist concedes errors in prisoner abuse case, Tao, October 14, 2004
  2. ^ U.S. prosecutor in Khadr case blasts sympathetic views of Canadian teen, CBC, January 10, 2006[dead link]
  3. ^ U.S. prosecutor's comments on Khadr reviewed, Toronto Star, January 12, 2006[dead link]