Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Fast mover

CBC just now:

Military prosecutors have requested a suspension of trials at Guantanamo Bay on orders from newly installed U.S. President Barack Obama, sources said late Tuesday.

Obama requested a 120-day continuance in the trials through the Department of Defense, sources said.

If his request is granted, it means the trials will be halted, presumably until Obama makes a decision on how they should be handled, the CBC's Susan Ormiston reported from the U.S. army base in Cuba.



This is gonna be interesting.

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