Recently captured terrorists have become classified as military non-combatants instead of prisoners of war and are thus being tried in secret military courts. As a controversial topic, should these prisoners be tried in secret in the name of national security, should they be tried in regular courts, or should the U.S. even have jurisdiction over these prisoners in lieu of some kind of international court? Please use and cite at least one outside source supporting your argument(s).
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