9/11 trial transparency challenged
- uploaded: Oct 17, 2012
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Published on Oct 15, 2012 by RTAmerica
On Monday, pre-trial hearings for men accused of being involved in orchestrating the attacks on the Twin Towers went underway. The way the hearings will be connected has received some unwanted attention due to the fact that there will be a delay in the media stream. The reason for the delay is that the trials may reveal more information than US officials would like, which could very well include the alleged terrorists speaking out about the harsh interrogation and torture tactics they were subjected to while under CIA detention. Colonel Morris Davis, a professor at Howard University School of Law, joins us to explain how censorship can affect the case.
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