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Guantanamo Detainee’s Trial May Set Tone For Others

Sep 26th, 2010 AIII Courts, Ghailani

An NPR story published tomorrow, September 27, 2010, and set to air on tomorrow's radio, entitled "Guantanamo Detainee's Trial May Set Tone for Others" explores more fully the issues surrounding Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, accused of carrying out the embassy bombings in 1998 in East Africa.

Notes Ken Wainstein, former overseer of national security prosecutions during the Bush Administration:

"Ghailani is the first of the detainees out of Guantanamo to be transferred into the federal court system. He's sort of a trailblazer to the extent there are going to be further detainees transferred out of Gitmo and into the federal system."

For the full text of tomorrow's article, click here.

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