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Oral Argument in Al-Zahrani v. Rumsfeld before U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

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Oral argument will be heard in the U.S. Court of Appeals in the case of Al-Zahrani v. Rumsfeld tomorrow, October 6. Al-Zahrani is a civil action filed by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) on behalf of the families of two men who died at Guantanamo Bay in June 2006 under questionable circumstances. Specifically, four soldiers stationed at Guantanamo at the time of the deaths came forward last year with eye-witness accounts strongly suggesting a cover-up of the cause and circumstances of the deaths and that the men may have been killed at an off-site location. CCR Attorney Pardiss Kebriaei will be presenting argument on behalf of the families.

 
WHAT: Oral argument in Al-Zahrani v. Rumsfeld
 
WHERE: U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 333 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington D.C, Court of Appeals Courtroom located on the fifth floor.
 
WHEN: October 6, 2011, approximately 10:30 AM
 
 
For more case information, visit CCR Case Page Al-Zahrani v. Rumsfeld

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