The Pentagon rescinded its order Friday that forced military judges to relocate to Guantanamo Bay.
Camp X-Ray was the first detention center established at Guantanamo Bay and held detainees from mid-January 2002 to mid-April 2002. It was originally constructed in the 1990s to hold the criminals who arrived with Cuban and Haitian refugees.
Three of the highest ranking military legal officers will testify Friday afternoon on whether the Pentagon was unlawfully involved in the USS Cole bombing trial.
Photos of some of the most popular places in downtown Gitmo
An order forcing judges to live in Guantanamo, however, will delay the 9/11 case of Khalid Sheik Mohammed.