Thursday's session in the USS Cole case brings us heated argument on a defense motion to abate proceedings in light of the military judge's potential involvement with the destruction of evidence at a CIA black site, along with a discussion of Nashiri's health and medical records.
Latest in Case Coverage: Al Nashiri Case
On Friday, December 16th, Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins issued the following statement on the pretrial hearings conducted in the USS Cole case over the last week. The statement is also available here.
This Week at the Military Commissions, 12/14 Session: We Actually Read Those Books About CIA Interrogations
Wednesday's hearings in the USS Cole case involve a lengthy discussion of Nashiri's experiences at the hands of CIA interrogators.
During Tuesday's pretrial hearing in the USS Cole case, the defense asks the judge to either compel further discovery on a terrorist killed by a U.S. drone strike in 2015 or dismiss the case.
After a week’s worth of pretrial hearings in the 9/11 case, the activity continues at Guantanamo with another round of hearings in the USS Cole case.
On Sunday, December 11th, Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins issued the following statement on the pretrial hearings to be conducted in the USS Cole case over the course of this week. The statement is also available here.
Hearings continued on Wednesday in the Al-Nashiri case.
Hearings continued in the USS Cole case, including discussion of a motion to stay proceedings pending a decision on the validity of the Court of Military Commissions Review, witness testimony, and a debate over mushrooms.
Yesterday, Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Mark Martins provided the following statement on pretrial hearings this week in the USS Cole case.
After a short one-month break, military judge Air Force Colonel Vance Spath returned to gavel in the Al-Nashiri trial.