Faculty and research fellows at St. Mary’s Center for Terrorism Law are working with Marine Lt. Joshua Waddell, stationed in Afghanistan, to defend him against what he reports to be spurious accusations by his Commanders that he committed violations of combat rules of engagement in the course of a combat operation. Jeffrey F. Addicott, director of the Center for Terrorism Law, says this case is an example of how overly restrictive rules can lead to injustice to our troops in the field.

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