Getting hold of basic details about the communications of criminal suspects is vital to successful prosecutions, a top counter-terrorism expert has said.
Shajul Islam charged with imprisoning John Cantlie and a Dutch colleague in the north of the country in July
There are three cases, among the many decided by the Court in the past few weeks, which I would like to highlight.
During his election campaign in 2008, Barack Obama promised to close the prison at Guantánamo, repeal the Patriot Act of 2001 that authorised new domestic surveillance, and protect military and intelligence whistleblowers against government reprisals.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others accused over the 9/11 attacks have appeared at a US military tribunal for the first time in five months.
A Pennsylvania woman who called herself "Jihad Jane" on several social media sites including MySpace and YouTube will face life in prison at her sentencing in December for planning to kill a Swedish artist who offended Muslims, the Associated Press reported.
So, Theresa May has blocked the extradition of Gary McKinnon on the basis that, as someone who suffers from Asperger's Syndrome, he will be a suicide risk?
A Danish spy claims that the third marriage of terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki was actually part of a CIA plotto set up the al-Qaeda leader for a CIA assassination attempt.
A US military judge angrily ordered a lawyer for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-confessed mastermind of the September 11 attacks, not to discuss his client's alleged torture at the hands of the CIA yesterday.
EDMONTON - An Edmonton judge has ruled that hours of interviews with Edmonton terrorism suspect Faruq Khalil Muhammad ‘Isa did not breach his rights and are now accepted as evidence in his extradition hearing.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A federal judge in Connecticut has scheduled a trial for next October for two men extradited from Britain on charges they supported terrorists in Afghanistan and Chechnya by operating websites to raise cash, recruit fighters and solicit items such as gas masks.
As legal proceedings move forward for five Guantanamo Bay prisoners charged with roles in the September 11 terrorist attacks, the US government wants the court to censor their testimonies in a move civil liberties lawyers condemn as “chilling."
Starting Monday, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his four alleged September 11 co-conspirators are scheduled to appear in a Guantanamo Bay courtroom for hearings on a slew of key questions related to their upcoming trial -- again.
Ministry of Defence whistleblower claims Royal Military police remained on investigation after they were due to be removed
Not content with havingthe largest domestic prison population in the world, both in numbers and as a percentage of the total population, the US also imports prisoners from other countries, at vast expense.
Computer hacker Gary McKinnon is waiting with “anxiety, but hope” that Home Secretary Theresa May will halt his extradition to the United States and uphold promises made in Opposition, his lawyer has said.
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