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Guantánamo Bay: Beyond the Law's Reach

11/23
mcintyre.josh@gmail.com

 

Raleigh, NC - Nearly 50 concerned citizens attended "Guantánamo Bay: Beyond the Law's Reach?" a Nov. 14 event aimed at once to:

Raise funds for the costs associated with three NC attorneys' volunteer efforts to represent Sharifullah, and other Guantánamo detainees; and

To educate the community about the plight and human condition of Sharifullah and other detainees.

Bringing Justice to All “Guantánamos” is Up to Us

By: 
Nancy Talanian
Date: 
12/03/2009

Guantánamo Bay prison and a network of other offshore detention and interrogation centers established to be outside the law are both a black mark on the U.S. and a historic opportunity for the American people to right our country’s course.

Thoughts on Releases of Guantánamo Uighurs

By: 
Nancy Talanian
Date: 
06/23/2009

 

Indefinite Detention: If it starts at Guantanamo, where will it end?

By: 
Nancy Talanian
Date: 
07/03/2009

 

From the "too good to be true" department, President Obama's promise in January to close Guantanamo Bay prison isn't turning out to be nearly as good as it sounded.  Now the president is talking about signing an executive order to authorize himself to detain 50-100 Guantánamo prisoners (up to about half the current population) indefinitely—without charges and without trials—on the basis of what he or others think they might do in the future if they are released.  That sounds a lot like what Guantánamo has been and is today.