The military commissions welcome a new judge to preside over the 9/11 case—and hear testimony from an investigator into why its former convening authority was fired.
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Lawfare’s roundup of the July 23 and 25 sessions of military commissions hearings in the 9/11 case.
Pretrial hearings continued on the morning of July 27th at Guantanamo Bay in the 9/11 case.
Our coverage of the 9/11 case continues with the 7/26 session.
Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins released the following remarks yesterday at Guantanamo Bay preceding pre-trial hearings in Khalid Sheikh Mohammad et al. The hearings today and yesterday have been closed, but stay tuned for Lawfare's coverage of the 7/26 and 7/27 hearings.
Pre-trial hearings continue Monday morning at Guantanamo Bay in the case of the five men accused of plotting the 9/11 attacks. The sessions focuses on whether Walid Bin Attash has voluntarily waived his right to be present, questions regarding classification review, and whether or not there is a statute of limitations for a war crime in the miltiary court.
During Thursday's session at Guantanamo, Judge Pohl orders Walid Bin Attash to leave the courtroom, decides that he will not recuse himself in a ruling on past destruction of evidence, and hears a motion suggesting Camp Justice itself is contaminated.
It’s Wednesday morning and we’re back at Guantanamo Bay for more pre-trial hearings in the case of the five men accused of plotting the 9/11 attacks.
Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins's statement at Guantanamo Bay before the resumption of pre-trial hearings in the case Khalid Shaikh Mohammad et al.