Guantanamo Detainee Defense Attorneys Accuse FBI of Turning 9/11 Defense Team Member into Confidential Informant

By: Monday April 14, 2014 1:14 pm

The FBI may have turned a defense security officer assigned to the team representing Ramzi bin al Shibh into a “confidential informant”

 

The Continued Subversion of Attorney-Client Privilege at Guantanamo Bay

By: Friday February 15, 2013 10:20 am

With each hearing before the Guantanamo military commission, it becomes more evident that privileged legal communications defense attorneys are supposed to be able to have with their clients are being violated.

Military Claims to Have Released Portion of Gitmo Tribunal Proceedings That Was Censored

By: Wednesday January 30, 2013 12:45 pm

The military commissions has posted the two to three minutes from the afternoon proceedings on January 28 that an individual outside of the Guantanamo war court chose to censor. When the censorship occurred, the judge was frustrated as he said he did not know there was anyone outside of the court that could censor the proceedings.

Defense Lawyers for 9/11 Suspects Seek Evidence of CIA Torture for Use at Trial

By: Monday January 28, 2013 1:10 pm

One of the key issues that will be deliberated is whether the defense for five men on trial for their alleged involvement in the September 11th attacks can have access to documents and information on the White House or Justice Department’s authority for the CIA’s Rendition, Detention & Interrogation (RDI) program.

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