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12 de Febrero de 2008

Sospechas de torturas e irregularidades legales obstruyen el proceso contra los presuntos conspiradores del 11-S que enfrentan pena de muerte

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El Pentágono intenta conseguir la pena de muerte para seis presos en la Bahía de Guantánamo por su presunta participación en los ataques del 11-S. Pero se plantean dudas sobre pruebas obtenidas mediante torturas y la legitimidad de los tribunales militares empleados para juzgar a los sospechosos. Hablamos con Vincent Warren, director ejecutivo del Centro de los Derechos Constitucionales (Center for Constitutional Rights), que representa a cientos de presos de Guantánamo, incluso uno de los acusados.