The Ninth Circuit will hear oral argument in Al-Nashiri v. MacDonald on June 3. The civil appeal challenges the power of the Military Commissions’ Convening Authority to prosecute Al-Nashiri before a military tribunal at Guantanamo. Seeking to participate in the … Read more »
The Guantánamo military commissions yesterday released—after a security review—a pair of important filings by the Office of the Chief Prosecutor (OCP), regarding the ongoing controversy over the conspiracy charges against the five 9/11 defendants. (For background, see our prior coverage … Read more »
The D.C. Circuit today handed down a decision in a civil case concerning Col. Morris Davis, once the Chief Prosecutor in the Office of Military Commissions.
Davis had sued in district court, advancing (among other things) Bivens claims against his … Read more »
For any Lawfare readers who may wish to attend and throw rotting fruit at me, I will be speaking today at this panel event at the New American Foundation. It should be an interesting discussion.
Nine Years of Guantánamo: What
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