Gitmo justice delayed, clarity denied – The Washington Times

The unfinished review of the cases against 229 suspected terrorists held at the detention center here has slowed the legal process to a crawl, leaving military prosecutors – and even judges – bewildered as to how to move forward.

At the end of a hearing Wednesday for Mohammed Kamin, an Afghan national accused of attending an al Qaeda training camp and aiding terrorists, the judge in the case, Air Force Col. W. Thomas Cumbie, laid out a convoluted path forward, ranging from a continuance to outright dismissal.