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Sept. 11 Trials Postponed After Suspects Request To Fire Lawyers

This week's military commissions of Guantanamo Bay detainees slogged or ground to a halt when the accused tried to fire their attorneys — again. Then excerpts shown from torture scenes in the film Zero Dark Thirty jolted the staid war court. The trials of some of the detention center's most prominent detainees have no end in sight even as President Obama hopes to close the Guantanamo facility.

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