Guantanamo hearings reopen, judge says 'torture' not 'relevant'

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In a brief but heated exchange with defense lawyer Michael Schwartz over whether prisoners' statements were voluntarily given, Judge James Pohl ruled on mandatory courtroom attendance of the five accused of plotting 9/11 attacks.

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