Leila McKinnon

Los Angeles Correspondent for Network Nine

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Los Angeles Correspondent for Network Nine in Australia

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At Guantánamo Bay today, David Hicks was sentenced to seven years, but not before charges against the so-called Australian Taliban were modified or before Hicks' appearance underwent a…

Australian Taliban Gets Seven Year Sentence, Sort of

At Guantánamo Bay today, David Hicks was sentenced to seven years, but not before charges against the so-called Australian Taliban were modified or before Hicks' appearance underwent a…

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