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Is the conspiracy to kill U.S. nationals charge appropriate in the John Walker Lindh case?

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“I agree with that. I served with the military for 16 years, and I put my life on the line. I hate to hear of a guy sympathetic to the Taliban cause.”

“Honestly, I don’t think it’d be right for them to judge an American who was already involved in the military there.”

“My feeling is that there definitely should be consequences, but I don’t think it was treason.”

“I would think so. He obviously decided himself to go over and go against the United States. He couldn’t expect to hide from us and avoid the consequences.”

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