Bin Laden's Driver in Court

July 21, 2008 12:00:00 AM PDT
The former driver for Osama Bin Laden has pled not guilty to charges of conspiracy and supporting terrorism. Salim Hamdan made the plea today, in the first U.S. military war crimes trial held since World War Two.

Military prosecutors are gathering 22 witnesses for his trial which is expected to last roughly three weeks. If convicted, Hamdan could be sentenced to life in prison.


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