Judge in Khadr Case Replaced

•May 31, 2008 • Leave a Comment

William Glaberson reports in today’s New York Times, Army Judge is Replaced for Trial of Detainee, that chief military judge, Col. Ralph H. Kohlmann replaced Col. Peter E. Brownback III with Col. Patrick Parrish in the Khadr case.

Slate Article Discusses the Role of Military Officers in Detainee Litigation

•May 13, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Hamdan Judge Removes General From Trial Proceedings

•May 10, 2008 • Leave a Comment

In today’s New York Times, William Glaberson reports in “Judge Drops General From Trial of Detainee,” a judge in the Hamdan case, set for trial in June, has removed a senior Pentagon official from the proceedings.

ScotusBlog Reports that “Khadr Case Complexity Deepens”

•May 8, 2008 • Leave a Comment

ScotusBlog provides additional analysis on the Khadr case.

New York Times Reports Detainee Lawyers Accuse U.S. of Eavesdropping

•May 7, 2008 • Leave a Comment

In today’s New York Times, William Glaberson writes, “Lawyers for Guantanamo Inmates Accuse U.S. of Eavesdropping,” about a court filing that alleges that U.S. government officials are monitoring the conversations of lawyers working with detainees.

A Prison of Shame by Nicholas Kristof

•May 4, 2008 • Leave a Comment

The New York Times today published an op-ed by Nicholas D. Kristof, “A Prison of Shame, and It’s Ours,” about theĀ  conditions at Guantanamo.

Hamdan’s Mental State Causing Trial Preparation Issues

•April 26, 2008 • Leave a Comment

In his New York Times article, “Detainees’ Mental Health is Latest Legal Battle,” William Glaberson chronicles in today’s issue the difficulties that Lt. Cmdr. Brian Mizer (counsel for Salim Hamdan, who I interviewed prior to the Boumediene case back in December) has been having in preparing for Mr. Hamdan’s trial scheduled to begin on May 28th.