DoD Announces Detainee’s Charges After Ten Years of Detention at Guantanamo

Last week, the Department of Defense announced the charges against detainee Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed Haza al Darbi, who will be charged by a military commission for aiding and abetting conduct that resulted in the suicide bombing of the civilian oil tanker M/V LIMBURG near al Mukallah, Yemen, on October 6, 2002. This is the first time that al Darbi, who has been held as a detainee at GTMO for nearly eleven years, has been charged since his arrival at the detention center. According to his charge sheet, al Darbi is accused of attacking civilians, attacking civilian objects, hazarding a vessel, terrorism, attempted hazarding a vessel, and attempted terrorism.

Be sure to follow TransparentPolicy for more info on al Darbi’s upcoming trial as it becomes available.

 

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About KellyAnnTaddonio

Kelly Ann is a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Policy & Research and an alumna of Seton Hall University School of Law. She holds a degree in Political Science from Barnard College of Columbia University, where she was an Athena Scholar in the Athena Center for Leadership Studies. In addition to serving as the Social Media and Outreach Coordinator for the Center for Policy & Research and as a member of the editorial staff of TransparentPolicy.org, Kelly Ann works as an attorney in NYC.

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