The Court of Military Commissions Review says it lacks a quorum to decide on motions in U.S. v. Khalid Shaikh Mohammad.
Latest in Case Coverage: Military Commissions
Proceedings in the matter of al-Iraqi reconvened for the first time since July, and addressed complications arising from the defendant’s health issues.
Last Week at the Military Commissions: Administrative Matters and Defense Claims of Unjustified Interference
Last week, the military commission in United States v. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed et al. held three days of open session to discuss the status of procedural and discovery motions.
The military commission in the 9/11 case hears argument regarding the defense’s motion to dismiss charges against two defendants for lack of jurisdiction.
Updates from the Military Commissions, 11/14-11/16: Wrapping Up the Physical Evidence Witnesses in al-Nashiri
The prosecution wraps up the introduction of physical evidence from the site of the USS Cole bombing as the military commission proceedings in United States v. al-Nashiri continue.
The military commission proceedings in United States v. al-Nashiri enter a new phase with the cross-examination of a witness on why the remaining member of the defense team refuses to participate.
The third and final part of an update on proceedings in the United States v. al-Nashiri military commission relating to the USS Cole attack.
The second of a multi-part update on proceedings in the United States v. al-Nashiri military commission relating to the USS Cole attack.
The first of a multi-part update on proceedings in the United States v. al-Nashiri military commission relating to the USS Cole attack.
As discussed in the last post in this series, on Wednesday, military judge Col. Vance Spath held Marine Corps Brig. Gen. John Baker, chief defense counsel of the military commissions, in contempt of court. He sentenced Baker to pay a $1000 fine and to be confined to quarters at Guantánamo Bay naval base for 21 days.