The Miami Herald reports the attorney for an accused 9/11 plotter lost a bid Monday to hold an emergency war court hearing seeking urgent medical care following an episode of alleged brutal treatment at the prison’s clandestine lockup for former CIA prisoners. The judge, Army Col. James L. Pohl, denied the request a day after canceling a planned hearing on a conflict-of-interest question, meaning the Pentagon mounted a $150,000 or more airlift of attorneys, translators, observers and other staff to this remote base for Sept. 11 case hearings that didn’t happen. The next 9/11 hearing is docketed for Feb. 9. About eight guards threw Mustafa al Hawsawi, 46, to the ground while he was shackled on Dec. 7, and he needs immediate medical attention, according to lawyer Walter Ruiz, a demobilized Navy commander who represents the Saudi captive. Hawsawi has blood in his urine and needs tests to rule out cancer, Ruiz added.