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May 17, 2012

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Marc Fernich

No one's disputing the right to representation. The poster simply observes the curiosity that a particular lawyer, who happens to be a former AG, chooses to represent accused terrorists and war criminals. There's no right to representation by a particular attorney, and nothing compels a defense lawyer to accept any and every prospective client that walks in the door.

Robert A

The right of representation ought never to be questioned

Rich Klein

Amazing that Ramsey Clark, a former AG of the United State, represents the Syrian government. Clark has also represented Nazi war criminals and has participated in the defense of other mass murderers like Saddam Hussein, Radovan Karadžić and Slobodan Milošević.

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