Argument: US courts have rules for classified info in terror cases
Thomas Wilner. "We Don't Need Guantanamo Bay". Wall Street. December 22, 2008 - "There is no need for 'new rules' to handle classified information. Congress has already established detailed rules and procedures in the Classified Information Protection Act. They carefully balance the defendant's right to be informed of the charges against him with the government's need to protect classified information from disclosure. Those procedures have worked in the past and would work again. There is also no need for specialized, extra-constitutional 'national security courts.'"