The past month has seen a series of unprecedented events take place in Guantanamo Bay. None of them are good.
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How do the outcomes of two vehicles for prosecuting terrorists stack up?
U.S. officials have indicated that the repatriation of Ahmed al-Darbi to his native Saudi Arabia did not take place on Feb. 20 as set forth in his plea agreement.
A frustrated presiding judge indefinitely suspends the military commission for one of the suspects in the USS Cole attack.
In a surprise development, the presiding judge has put the military commission relating to the U.S.S. Cole attack on indefinite hold.
Proceedings in the matter of al-Iraqi continued from earlier in the week and addressed the future testimony of al-Darbi among other issues.
Defense Secretary Mattis relieved military commissions convening authority Harvey Rishikof after a drama-filled 10-month term in charge of the military commissions at Guantanamo Bay.
Last Week at the Military Commissions: More Debate on Defense Team Resignations and Evidence Pre-Admission in al-Nashiri
Last week, the military commission in United States v. al-Nashiri continued to discuss the absence of defense team members and pre-admitted more evidence.
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.
Background on the Dalmazzi case, an overview of its key issues, and highlights from Tuesday’s Supreme Court oral argument.