Defense lawyers want Army Col. James Pohl, the chief war court judge, to find that Rear Adm. David B. Woods, the Guantanamo prison camps commander, is interfering with Pentagon defense attorneys ethical obligations by insisting that his prison staff sift through privileged attorney-client mail.
Defense lawyers want Army Col. James Pohl, the chief war court judge, to find that Rear Adm. David B. Woods, the Guantanamo prison camps commander, is interfering with Pentagon defense attorneys ethical obligations by insisting that his prison staff sift through privileged attorney-client mail.
Defense lawyers want Army Col. James Pohl, the chief war court judge, to find that Rear Adm. David B. Woods, the Guantanamo prison camps commander, is interfering with Pentagon defense attorneys ethical obligations by insisting that his prison staff sift through privileged attorney-client mail.

Military lawyers blast Guantánamo mail search as violating rights, ethics

January 15, 2012 6:41 PM

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