Pre-trial proceedings resume in the case of alleged al-Qaeda commander Abd al Hadi al Iraqi.
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Yesterday, Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins issued the following statement on the pretrial hearings to be conducted in the al-Iraqi case over the course of this week. His statement is also available here.
On Tuesday, the case of U.S. v. Abd al Hadi al-Iraqi was called back to session but, this time, not with the usual players. Colonel Peter S. Rubin of the USMC replaced Captain Waits as the military judge presiding over the commission.
Yesterday, Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins provided the following statement on pretrial hearings this week in the Abd al-Hadi al-Iraqi case.
Lawfare's coverage of the 7/12 military commission hearing in the Abd al Hadi al Iraqi case.
Military Commissions Deputy Chief Prosecutor Robert C. Moscati issued the following statement yesterday prior to this week's military commission pre-trial hearings in the case of Abd al Hadi al Iraqi.
It’s Tuesday morning at Guantanamo, and the military judge calls the military commission session to order. But this is not the 9/11 case. And the military judge isn’t Col. James Pohl.
Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins issued the following statement yesterday prior to this week's military commission pre-trial hearings in the case of Abd al Hadi al Iraqi.
Military judge J. Kirk Waits begins Monday's session in the military commission case against Hadi with some housekeeping matters: the detailing of a new member of the defense team, Lt. Col. Thomas Jasper, and the release of an outgoing member, Lt. Col. Chris Callen.
Here it is. The text opens: