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Archive for the ‘al-Nashiri’ Category

Beth Van Schaack: Guantánamo hearing shows stark deficiencies of military justice – Mercury News

On November 20, 2011, the Silicon Valley Mercury News featured an opinion piece by Beth Van Schaack of the National Institute of Military Justice.  Ms. Van Schaack visited Guantanamo Bay Naval Base for a week to observe the arraignment of alleged terrorist, Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri. In her piece, Van Schaack criticized the proceeding as a […]

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NPR: At Guantanamo Hearing, Alleged Cole Mastermind Is ‘All Swagger’

National Public Radio had a reporter in the actual courtroom at Guantanamo Bay today for the arraignment of Abd al Rahim al Nashiri.  She reports that looked very healthy, “bulked-up” as if he had been working out, waved to the spectators, joked with the judge, and was “all swagger.”  You can hear the 4:25 minute […]

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