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Appointment of admiral seen as key in 9/11 trial switch – Washington Times

The Washington Times reports that: “The appointment of a well-respected ex-Navy lawyer to oversee war-crime trials is being seen in military legal circles as a sign the Obama administration might reverse its decision to bring Khalid Shaikh Mohammed to New York for a civilian trial.”

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May 19th, 2010 Uncategorized