Key Guantanamo Prisoners Gain Right to Civilian Attorney

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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, alleged mastermind of September 11, will be able to have a lawyer, along with 13 other "high-level" detainees at Guantánamo. If he wants one, it will the first time he'll have talked to anyone outside the Red Cross and US interrogators since he was captured four years ago. Josh White reports for the Washington Post.

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Josh White - Military Affairs Reporter for the Washington Post

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Warren Olney

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