Guantánamo

October 15, 2014 5:37 PM

Judge cancels 9/11 pretrial hearing, considers it unproductive

The 9/11 case judge canceled this week's pretrial hearing at Guantánamo because of ongoing back and forth between Department of Justice special prosecutors and lawyers for an accused terrorist over a conflict of interest question at the death-penalty tribunal, lawyers who read the judge’s order said Wednesday.

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