Tag Archives: United States v. Al Nashiri
This afternoon, we continue with a second day of almost-live, CCTV-broadcasted hearings in the military commission case of United States v. Al-Nashiri. As always, Lawfare is in the house—Fort Meade’s Smallwood Hall, that is, where your correspondent follows the action … Read more »
What, if anything, do developments in the military commission case of United States v. al-Nashiri portend for Al-Nashiri v. MacDonald, an ongoing, civil challenge to the accused’s war crimes prosecution? The question arises in letters filed in the civil … Read more »
From the Military Commissions’ website, we learn that the upcoming hearing inUnited States v. Al-Nashiri will be postponed:
Pursuant to a request by defense, the military judge has rescheduled the motions hearings originally set for 15-17 January 2013. The new
By way of reminder, this month we’ll cover military commission sessions in both of the capital cases pending at Guantanamo.
The commission will hear argument in United States v. Al-Nashiri from Tuesday through Thursday of next week, i.e. from January … Read more »