On March 11, the Court of Military Commissions Review (CMCR)—the appellate court sandwiched between the military commissions and review at the D.C. Circuit court of appeals—issued a two-pronged order in the long-simmering appeal of the 2012 military commission conviction of Ibrahim Ahmed Mahmoud al Qosi.
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The military commission discusses Zero Dark Thirty, expert witnesses, and a very important question: Who is the mysterious Greg Sansig who has permissions to privileged defense material?
This Week at the Military Commissions, 3/20 Session: Medical Records, High-Value Detainee Designations, and Classification Guidance
Two weeks of pretrial hearings begin in the 9/11 case.
The military commission convened in the USS Cole case continues pretrial hearings on the admissability of evidence collected from the Cole.
On Friday, March 17th, Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins issued the following statement on the pretrial hearings conducted in the USS Cole case over the past two weeks and the upcoming hearings in the 9/11 case. His statement is also available here.
This Week at the Military Commissions, 3/15 Session: In Case You Have to Testify to it 14 Years Later
FBI agents will identify evidence in pretrial hearings in the USS Cole case, mostly fiberglass and wires collected aboard the Cole in the days following the attack.
A time warp back to last Tuesday's hearing in the USS Cole case.
More witnesses testify on the evidence-gathering process in the wake of the Cole bombing.
Witnesses tell the military commission about the collection of evidence from the Cole bombing.
March 10th features a lengthy discussion of Nashiri's medication for motion sickness.