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Lieutenant Commander Bill Kuebler, who is serving as defense counsel for accused terror suspect Omar Khadr, released a statement over the weekend indicating that US interrogators had been instructed by the Department of Defense to destroy any handwritten notes that may have shown they had used...
A British television news program has reported that Binyam Mohamed, the only remaining British resident being held at Guantanamo Bay, has been charged with terrorism-related offenses and will be tried before a military court. Reports indicate that Mohamed has been accused of aiding Jose Padilla...
During a speech delivered at the headquarters of internet giant Google on Thursday, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice defended harsh interrogation techniques used on terrorism suspects and approved by the Bush administration. Rice stated that the tough interrogations were necessary to prevent...
Jaber Elbaneh, who is featured on the US State Department’s most wanted terrorist suspect list, was ordered to jail on Sunday by a Yemeni judge. Elbaneh’s case was highlighted in a Sunday Washington Post article, which reported that he had been living freely and openly in Yemen despite a $5...
Britain’s Court of Appeal ruled today that the Iranian resistance group known as the People’s Mujahedeen of Iran should not be included on the British government’s list of banned terrorist groups. The group, who has been fighting for seven years in the British Court system to have their...
Despite two mistrials due to hung juries, Federal Prosecutors announced on Wednesday they plan a third trial for six men accused of plotting to blow up the Sears Tower. “The United States has decided it’s necessary to proceed, your honor, one more time to a jury,” stated prosecutor Richard...
After being convicted of terrorism-related offenses in Federal Court and sentenced to 17 years in prison, accused “dirty bomber” Jose Padilla was sent on Thursday to the notorious Supermax prison to serve out his sentence for separate terrorism-related offenses.  Supermax, the ultra-high...
A memo issued by the Department of Justice in 2001 supported the assertion that Fourth Amendment prohibitions against unreasonable search and seizure did not apply to military members fighting terrorism in the United States. The document was recently released with several other controversial memos...
The trial of eight men accused of plotting to blow up seven transatlantic flights originating at Heathrow Airport in 2006 began this week in London, with prosecutors detailing their alleged plot to bring liquid explosives onto the planes.The men, aged 23 to 29 and all of Pakistani descent,...
On Thursday, US District Judge Victor Marrero set aside a nearly $200 million civil judgment awarded to American victims of Palestinian terrorism in Israel, allowing for a new trial. Judge Marrero did require the Palestinian Authority to post a $192.7 million bond in order to assure it does not...