Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani News
In Reversal, Obama Orders Guantanamo Military Trial for 9/11 Mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
In a sharp reversal of the Obama administration's policy on trying Sept. 11 suspects in U.S. courts, mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four co-conspirators will be tried in a military commission at Guantanamo Bay . Attorney General Eric Holder today placed the blame squarely on Congress for
Decision to Resume Guantanamo Bay Military Commissions Muddies the Water
White House Continues to Insist the Controversial Detainee Center Will Be Shuttered
Obama May Reconsider Military Tribunals for Guantanamo Detainees, Reports Say
Administration Faces Objections from Congress, Lack of Cooperation From Foreign Partners
Guantanamo : The Next Rebellion President Obama Faces From Democrats?
House Decision to Block Transfer of Gitmo Detainees to U.S. Undermines Obama's Efforts
Fallout from the Ghailani Verdict: Today's Q for O's WH -- 11/18/2010
TAPPER: I wanted to ask you about the Ghailani verdict. Senator Jim Webb said that the verdict proves “that those charged with crimes of war and those who have been determined to be dangerous law-of-war detainees do not belong in our courts, our prisons or our country. I again call on President
Dem Joins GOP Critics of Administration in Wake of Ghailani Verdict
A leading Democratic voice on national security – Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia – today joined a chorus of Republican critics in saying that the Ahmed Ghailani verdict – he was convicted on one of 285 counts – shows the need for military commissions to be used in trying terrorist detainees.
Senate Republicans Rip Obama Administration for Ghailani Verdict
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell today joined a chorus of critics in the wake of the Ahmed Ghailani verdict – an acquittal on all but one of 285 charges – in arguing that it is “proof” that the Obama administration has a “deeply misguided” and “potentially harmful” approach to prosecuting
Senior Administration Official Defends Ghailani Trial, Verdict
Though some critics and observers are suggesting the Ghailani verdict -- he was acquited of all but one of more than 280 charges -- weakens the president's call for civilian criminal trials for Guantanamo detainees, a senior administration official pushes back:
The Note's Must-Reads for Thursday, November 4, 2010
Compiled by ABC News Digital News Associates and Desk Assistants CLAUDIA MORALES, JACQUELINE NG FERNANDEZ, JAYCE HENDERSON, AND JACOB BECKMAN PRESIDENT OBAMA The New York Daily News’ Kenneth R. Bazinet: “President Obama to award George H.W. Bush the Presidential Medal...
Obama Faces Tough Fight on Two National Security Fronts
GOP Seeks to Delay START Vote as Ghailani Verdict Threatens Future Terror Trials