Attorney Nery Ramati says he was told Wednesday to exhaust the appeals process with a military committee first, before petitioning the top court.
Ramati’s client, Ayman Sharawneh, was originally sentenced for 38 years for militant activity but was released in 2011 exchange for a captive soldier.
But the military committee later ordered Sharawneh re-arrested, citing secret evidence allegedly showing he violated his release terms.
Sharawneh has refused food for over 70 days in an off-again, on-again hunger strike to protest his continued detention.
The military committee will…
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