The Military Commissions were busy last week in the case against Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Walid bin Attash, Ramzi bin al-Shibh, Ammar al-Baluchi, and Mustafa Ahmad al Hawsawi.
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Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Brigadier General Mark Martins gave the following remarks this Saturday on the occasion of military commissions hearings resuming this week in the 9/11 case.
As Lawfare readers may be aware, military commissions hearings are continuing this week in the 9/11 case. Lawfare will be covering the commissions as usual, with a bit of a twist: instead of daily, blow-by-blow coverage, we're going to take a higher-altitude approach and provide coverage once per week. As such, at the end of this week's hearings, we'll post a runthrough of everything that happened during this session on an issue-by-issue basis.
We are back for the second—and last—day of hearings this week in the case of Abd al-Hadi al-Iraqi.
We return to Guantanamo for a military commissions hearing in the case of Abd al-Hadi al-Iraqi—or, as he’d now like to be called, Nashwan al-Tamir.
Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Brigadier General Mark Martins released the following statement on Sunday on the occasion of military commissions hearings this week in the case of Abd al-Hadi al-Iraqi.
In al Qosi's criminal appeal of his 2010 conviction, the Court of Military Commissions Review appears to have decided to find out what the defendant has been up to since his release.
The final session of last week's military commissions hearings in the 9/11 case.
On Friday, March 24th, Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins issued the following statement on the pretrial hearings completed over the past week in the 9/11 case.
The military commission takes on black sites, threat assessment rankings, and a government motion requesting for advance notice of the defense's intended use of appellate exhibits.