Guantánamo

April 12, 2013 6:15 PM

Pentagon: All sides suffer from Guantánamo computer crashes

A computer server crashed and a search for documents went awry, affecting material from both prosecutors and defense attorneys in the death-penalty trials, the Pentagon said Friday.

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