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...was describing convicting high-ranking commanders via 7.3 as the set practice of the Tribunal. (Hence his dismay at the acquittals.) Third, as I said in the post, the "set practice" comment was the least of the letter's problems. Judge Harhoff's accusations re: Meron coercing acquittals are far more probative of his lack of impartiality. (I could have also mentioned Judge Harhoff's appalling claim that the burden of proof lies with military commanders to prove that they did not know their subordinates were committing crimes.) Jens Ohlin My take here: http://www.liebercode.org/2013/09/a-partial-defense-of-judge-harhoff.html...