It was buried deep in the print edition, but I wonder if this isn’t the most informative paragraph in today’s paper,
Striking Guantánamo Detainees Gain in Ruling. Judge Kessler’s order is the latest development in a vast change in the legal situation at Guantánamo. For the first two years of the camp’s existence, the military had total control of procedures there and what it told the public about them. But after a Supreme Court ruling in 2004 allowing lawyers to represent detainees and visit them, the military has had to contend with judicial rulings on procedures and with the ability of defense lawyers to provide an alternative narrative as to events there.