"If I hear loud noises, I hit the deck," he said. Clifford stressed the importance of his religious faith in his ability to "deal with" the aftermath of the tragedy, and remained stoic throughout his interview with the Irish Voice. "Once you have faith, you can get through anything," he said. According to court documents, the hearings later in August will deal with several logistical and administrative procedures. The docket states that the government will motion to keep trial information that is "detrimental to public safety" classified, while the defense has in general promoted the release of redacted versions of trial information. More.
9/11 victim Ron Clifford prepares for Guantanamo trial