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Al-Nashiri Judge Orders to Replace Guantanamo Military Commission Convening Authority and Staff
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Guantanamo Hearings Halted Again After Brain Scan Order

Last week, the judge in the Guantanamo military commission case of accused USS Cole bombing plotter Abd al Rahim al-Nashiri, Col. Vance Spath, ordered the pre-trial hearings halted until al-Nashiri receives a brain scan to assess the effects of CIA ... Human Rights First, 1 week ago

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Military Commissions Media Invitation Announced for United States v. Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri

The Department of Defense and the Office of Military Commissions will allocate seats for news media aboard military-chartered aircraft for travel from Andrews Air Force Base (AFB), Maryland to Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to cover military ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago

Deep Support in Washington for C.I.A.'s Drone Missions

WASHINGTON — About once a month, staff members of the congressional intelligence committees drive across the Potomac River to C.I.A. headquarters in Langley, Va., and watch videos of people being blown up. As part of the macabre ritual the staff ...
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PACE President welcomes former Romanian President's CIA secret prison admission

President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), Anne Brasseur, welcomed in a press release on Friday the admission of former Romanian President Ion Iliescu of his knowledge of a secret CIA (United States Central Intelligence ... days ago
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Washington Week on Human Rights: April 13, 2015

Top News Equality in Jamaica During his trip to Jamaica last week, President Obama voiced support for the island's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community and praised young civil society leaders for pushing an agenda that includes ...
 Human Rights First1 week ago Washington Week on Human Rights: February 23, 2015  Human Rights First2 months ago

Three Things You Didn't Know Are in the CIA Torture Report

A congressional proposal to investigate detainee abuse triggered the CIA's decision to destroy the torture videotapes. According to the Senate report, the CIA feared that Congress would learn about the videotapes. Acting CIA general counsel John ...
 Open Society Institute Soros Foundation Network2 weeks ago

America's glaring double standard on terror: Why the Tsarnaev conviction is another black eye for Gitmo

Did the use ofpressure cooker bombs, the jury in the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial was asked in several different wayson Wednesdayafternoon, cause the death of Martin Richard? Yes, the jury declared Tsarnaev's guilt in the murder of Richard, the 8-year ...
 Salon2 weeks ago

Guantanamo Military Commissions Stall Again: Time to Move On

How long will it take for the government to admit that the military commissions at Guantanamo Bay just aren't working? While closing arguments began Monday in the Boston Marathon bombing trial, moving toward some resolution for victims and their ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago Reinventing the Wheel: Military Commissions and Transitional Justice  Human Rights First1 month ago

Judge cancels this month's 9/11 hearing at Guantánamo

Military judges have canceled three war court hearings in a row, effectively leaving Guantánamo's Camp Justice dark for two months and signaling how much the war crimes cases are still a work in progress. On Friday, according to attorneys who ...
 Miami Herald2 weeks ago

Poland asks U.S. to spare alleged USS Cole bomber from execution

Poland, which allowed the CIA to have a secret interrogation site there after 9/11, has formally asked the United States to make sure the alleged mastermind of the USS Cole bombing is spared the death penalty, Poland's Foreign Office said Wednesday.
 Stars and Stripes3 weeks ago Poland asks US to spare alleged USS Cole bomber from execution  Stars and Stripes3 weeks ago
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