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Vincent Warren

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Executive Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, which represents some detainees at Guantánamo

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In a military courtroom in Guantánamo today, the confessed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks told a judge that he wants to fire his legal team, due to religious reasons.

Guantanamo Hearing Begins for 9/11 Suspects

In a military courtroom in Guantánamo today, the confessed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks told a judge that he wants to fire his legal team, due to religious reasons.

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Democrats are talking about "a cover up" and "obstruction of justice."

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Democrats are talking about "a cover up" and "obstruction of justice."

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Today's papers report the written confessions of the man who claims he was not only the mastermind of September 11, but also responsible for 30 other terror attacks and plans to…

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Today's papers report the written confessions of the man who claims he was not only the mastermind of September 11, but also responsible for 30 other terror attacks and plans to…

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