Six men being held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, will go before military commissions and could face the death penalty if it is judged they were involved in the September 11, 2001, attacks, a general said Monday.
The men will be treated like members of the U.S. military during their judicial proceedings, he said.
The proceedings will be dictated by the Military Commissions Act, which Congress passed to handle arrestees in the war on terror. The act requires that the detainees have access to lawyers as well as to any evidence presented against them. Read full article »
CNN's Barbara Starr and Allan Chernoff contributed to this report.