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October 22, 2013 1:40 PM

Guantánamo defense attorneys want to accuse U.S. of torture — but can’t

Defense lawyers made clear Tuesday that they want to pursue international torture claims against the U.S. government to stave off execution of the five men accused of conspiring in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks — and argued that war-court restrictions block that avenue of defense.

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