Testimony from the special 9/11 courtroom at Guantanamo Bay this morning confirmed what defense lawyers have been complaining about for weeks now: The 32 microphones in the courtroom are sensitive enough to pick up lawyers' conversations with their clients or co-counsel, even if they've muted their own mics. What's more, both the court reporter and the government officials monitoring the proceedings for classified information receive that extrasensitive feed. Defense lawyers claim that intrudes on what are supposed to be confidential attorney-client communications. More.
Testimony Confirms Microphones in 9/11 Courtroom Could Capture Confidential Conversations