The US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces ousted the previous judge, Col Gregory Gross, saying he appeared biased against Hasan, and also threw out his order to have Hasan's beard forcibly shaved before his court-martial.
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CAAF stands for US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
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- Contractor Authorized to Accompany the Force (US DoD)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The ruling by the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces also made invalid an order from the judge, Colonel Gregory Gross, for Major Nidal Hasan to appear clean-shaven or for him to be forcibly shaved before his court-martial.
He petitioned the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces on Thursday to release him, saying America remains the "principal occupying power" over Taiwan under a 1951 peace treaty with Japan.