Omar Khadr's Guantanamo Hearing Today
Omar Khadr, the Canadian captured as a teen on the battlefield in Afghanistan, has a hearing today in his military commissions proceeding at Guantanamo.
Most human rights and legal experts say the evidence against Khadr seems too weak to be able to hold up in a US civil court or an ordinary military tribunal.
Khadr could then become the first beneficiary of the closing of the Guantanamo detention facility.
The ACLU is monitoring from Gitmo. [More...]
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