Griffin called to testify in Guantanamo Bay court




GREENFIELD — Hancock County Prosecutor Michael Griffin, a U.S. Army Reservist who is helping prosecute defendants in the Sept. 11 attacks, was called to testify before the court in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, on Tuesday.

The reason for his testimony: None of the five defendants – including the alleged mastermind in the attacks – agreed to appear in court as military hearings got under way. Part of Griffin’s job is to be a liaison with the defendants, and he was relaying information from them to the judge.

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