Middle East

April 3, 2008

As Guantanamo trials near, Pentagon limits what can be reported

U.S. officials have said the trials before military commissions of terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, will be as fair as those before regular military courts martial or civilian courts. But rules and even courtroom design are intended to make sure some evidence in the cases is never revealed to the public.

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