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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Anthony Natale
But yesterday, Mr. Natale said Ms. Baker was jeopardizing his client's chance at a fair trial by asking an expert witness to comment on "whether something was an unlawful killing or not" in regard to Islamists' waging jihad in places such as Chechnya, Bosnia or Somalia.
Mr. Padilla's lead attorney, Anthony Natale, told Judge Cooke that unless a strongly worded caution was issued informing the jury that his client never saw nor commented on the interview, he would call for a mistrial.