Witnesses tell the military commission about the collection of evidence from the Cole bombing.
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March 10th features a lengthy discussion of Nashiri's medication for motion sickness.
Our usual crew returns to Nashiri where we left them on the 8th—debating a timeline for discovery
Pretrial hearings continue in United States v. Al Nashiri .
Lawfare would like to apologize for the delay in our military commissions coverage this week, which is due to technical errors on the Office of Military Commissions website.
This Week at the Military Commissions, 3/6 Session: Discovery Woes, Unauthorized Browsing, and “Captain X”
After three months away, pretrial hearings in the USS Cole case are set to resume.
The first 9/11 hearings under the Trump administration lurched forward at Guantanamo on Wednesday, but barely lasted the morning before all public sessions were suspended until March.
As Benjamin Wittes and I noted a few weeks ago, these past few weeks have produced some interesting litigation activity regarding the Senate Intelligence Committee’s interrogation report. In the last days of the Obama administration and the first few days of the Trump administration, things appear to have picked up even more.
Pre-trial proceedings resume in the case of alleged al-Qaeda commander Abd al Hadi al Iraqi.