U.S. Builds War Room for Gitmo Trials
The U.S. is beginning preparations for trials of the 14 terror suspects flown from secret prisons abroad to Guantanamo. It has set up a secret war room in a suburb of Virginia.
The Bush administration has set up a secret war room in a Virginia suburb where it is assembling evidence to prosecute high-ranking detainees from Al Qaeda including the man accused of being the mastermind of the September 2001 attacks, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, government officials said this week.
What kind of room do the detainees' lawyers get? If you answered "none," I suspect you are correct.
Update: Check out this great editorial in the Washington Post today.
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