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Who's Who Guide: USS Cole bombing trial

ABOUT THE TRIAL Charges: Abd al Rahim al Nashiri is charged with perfidy, murder in violation of the law of war, attempted murder in violation of the law of war, terrorism, conspiracy, intentionally causing serious bodily injury, attacking ... Miami Herald, 2 weeks ago
Torture Allegations Won't Derail Military Trial Courthouse News Service, 3 weeks ago

Appeals Court Leaves al-Nashiri to Languish in Military Commissions System

Washington, DC TheU.S. Court of Appeals for the District of ColumbiaCircuittodayrefused to intercede in the case of alleged USS Cole bomber Abd al Rahim al-Nashiri, a decision Human Rights First said will delay justice to the victims families and ...
 Human Rights First4 days ago Appeals Court Leaves al-Nashiri Cast to Languish in Military Commissions System  Human Rights First3 weeks ago

Alleged al-Qaeda bomber's appeal fails

A three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled against Saudi defendant Abd al Rahim al Nashiri on a 2-1 vote. Nashiri, a detainee at the US naval facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is accused of overseeing ...
 Weekly Times Now3 weeks ago D.C. Circuit Kicks USSColeBombing Case Back to Military Commissions  Human Rights First2 weeks ago Alleged al Qaeda bomber loses pretrial challenge  Sharenet3 weeks ago

Gitmo Déjà Vu: Different Cases, Same Problems

In the last five months, Ive observed proceedings in all three of the cases before the military commissions at Guantanamo Bay. In May, Hadi al Iraqi —alleged former senior al Qaeda leader. In July, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his four alleged ...
 Human Rights First1 week ago

How the CIA's Darkest Torture Secrets Were Exposed -- and Covered Up

-- Reprinted from Truthdig Editor's note: is a former CIA officer, former senior investigator for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and former counterterrorism consultant for ABC News. He was responsible for the capture of Abu Zubaydah, ...
 OpEdNews.com1 week ago

Vladeck: 15 years on, there's still no closure for 9/11 victims

In the 15 years since 9/11, everything has changed and weve lost far too much. And yet, we seem psychologically — if not literally — as vulnerable to terrorist attacks today as we felt we were in the days and weeks after 9/11. But rather than ...
 Austin American Statesman2 weeks ago
Miami Herald

Don't forget the Cole, bombing survivor implores after Guantánamo hearings

Attorneys wrapped up the first hearings in 18 months in the the USS Cole bombing case Friday with a series of unresolved pretrial defense team challenges to the war court system and still no trial date. Don't forget about the Cole. A lot have, ...
 Miami Herald2 weeks ago Don't forget about the Cole, bombing survivor implores after Guantanamo hearings  Stars and Stripes2 weeks ago

Mark Boal's Efforts to Shield Berghdal Tapes Troubled By Recent Appellate Decision?

A federal judge wants Boal's lawyers on Monday to discuss what happened to the alleged mastermind of the 2000 U.S.S. Cole bombing. September 09, 2016 On Monday, U.S. District Court judge George H. King will be presiding over what is shaping up to be ...
 Hollywood Reporter2 weeks ago
Miami Herald

USS Cole case lawyers debate extraterritorial reach of Guantánamo's war court

In the first hearing since an appeals court restored the charges, defense lawyers for the alleged planner of the attack on the USS Cole invoked Thursday a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision and asked the judge to once again dismiss the part of the ...
 Miami Herald2 weeks ago Court refuses to stop trial of accused USS Cole mastermind  The Hill3 weeks ago Appeals court refuses to halt trial in USS Cole attack  FOXNews.com3 weeks ago Appeals court refuses to halt Guantánamo tribunal for USS Cole attack  Miami Herald3 weeks ago

Ten Years of Injustice: Over 90 Percent of Gitmo Detainees Imprisoned for over a Decade

Ten years ago this week, a batch of men arrived at the U.S. military prison facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The CIA had held these men incommunicado in prisons across the world, tortured and hidden from the public and even the International ...
 Human Rights First2 weeks ago
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