LA Times coverage, here, of Wednesday’s rulings in the MAJ Nidal Hasan court-martial. Next up for Judge Osborn in the case is ruling on the admissibility of testimony from a government terrorism expert.

Judge Pohl appears to be annoyed with unseen, unheard, unknown censors turning off the audio feed of commission hearings at Gitmo. Here is coverage from the NYT. Judge Pohl commented:

“If some external body is turning the commission off under their own view of what things ought to be,with no reasonable explanation,” the judge told government lawyers,”we are going to have a little meeting about who turns that light on or off.”

Here is coverage of an interesting lawsuit in the UK challenging the UK government’s sharing of information with US intelligence agencies that eventually led to a US drone strikes.

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