“Judge Says Guantanamo Case Must Go On Though Defense Lawyers Have Quit” NBC News
Robert Windrem and Courtney Kube report on a case at Guantanamo Bay in which all the civilian defense lawyers have quit. Karen Greenberg explains that while it is “unknown what type of surveillance the defense is alleging, but there is past precedent. We know that in the past … an FBI mole was put on the defense team. We know that there were CIA listening devices placed in the courtroom that even the judge didn't know about. … We know listening devices were found in rooms where defense attorneys and clients met. In 2013, microphones had been discovered in the defense meeting rooms at Guantanamo, and the government confirmed that it had read some defense emails. We can't even imagine what is out there now.” The judge in the case has ordered that the case continue.