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- As its public urged them on, the Cuban rebel army shot more than 200 men, summarily convicted in drumhead courts, as torturers and mass murderers for the fallen Batista .
- In little more time than it took to cock a rifle, he staged a drumhead trial for seven of his former colleagues, including an ex-Cabinet Minister, then sent them swiftly to their .
- On board the liner Paris in mid-ocean last week, Ignace Jan Paderewski was giving a concert while the ship bounced on the stormy sea like a pea on a reverberating drumhead.
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The other fraudster Netanyahu said that the report was "a drumhead court martial, the outcome of which was known in advance, and it makes it difficult for democratic countries to fight terror."