As the pre-trial resumed Monday, the proceeding has almost become a forum to debate how America deals with what the Bush administration called "enhanced interrogation techniques" — what most authorities now call "torture."
The special tribunal in Guantanamo trying five suspects in the 9/11 attacks resumed Tuesday. It was suspended Monday over defense attorneys complaints about possible infractions of client confidentiality.
The alleged plotters behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks were back in court this week, but quickly the hearings became less about the accused and more about the court itself. Some unknown entity censored the court's audio broadcast, which infuriated the defense and the judge, who ordered it not happen again.
The pre-trial hearings in the military commission of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four co-defendants stalled midway through the week here at "Camp Justice," in the naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba [...]
A military tribunal in Guantanamo continued its pre-trial hearings in the case of the alleged 9/11 attacks mastermind and four alleged co-conspirators. Frontline reporter Arun Rath is in Guantanamo following the hearings.
A week of pre-trial hearings have begun at the Guantanamo Naval Base for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged mastermind of the September 11 attacks.
The alleged mastermind of the September 11th attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, is to be tried by a military commission. The Obama administration says reforms fixed the old commissions. The World's Arun Rath looks into what has really changed.