Jonathan Turley makes the intriguing point that the review panel "will not be permitted to apply the U.S. Constitution or federal law. This creates the mere pretense of legal process. . . . The framers expressly denied the president the right to create and mete out his own form of justice. It takes more than a few rule changes to remove the 'kangaroo' from the court. One can shampoo and pedicure a kangaroo, but it does little to change the appearance of a president's own private menagerie of justice."