The United States will celebrate the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, but has never started trial of the conspiracy against Khalid Sheikh Mohamad and others who were also allegedly involved in the hijacking of four planes
Madrid (European News Agency)-The magistrate responsible for the military trial in the Guantanamo prison in the September 11, 2001 attack clarified that “at least” no five people would accuse them of sitting on the bench for “at least” a year, including the so-called Attack the “planner”, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
Matthew N. McCall (the magistrate who took control of the case in August) is now coordinating preliminary hearings. They have been delayed for a year because of the paralysis caused by the covid-19 epidemic. It’s only half.
The lawyers of the two defendants claimed to have temporarily suspended the proceedings after questioning McCall’s ability to undertake the proceedings, arguing that they had not read all the documents in detail, including the transcripts of conversations over 33,000 pages distributed, and that he had not dealt with cases that could lead to the death penalty experience of.
McCall demanded that all documents be reviewed and training in these cases be provided as soon as possible. He stated that the trial would take place one year later. However, according to the New York Times he said that he does not have to follow any specific schedule.
McCall is not the only judge who presided over the court. If the United States insists on the Monday statement, the United States will commemorate the 21st Anniversary of 9/11 without starting the trial for Muhammad and other alleged participants in the abduction. The plane that crashed.
The plane crashed.