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Activist/Journalist Andy Worthington is the author of “The Guantanamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America’s Illegal Prison,” has been documenting the array of human rights abuses at Guantanamo for over six years now.

Guantanamo Prison's True Secret: Jason Leopold in Conversation With Andy Worthington
By Angola 3 News for Truthout.org


How to deal with the moral abomination of Guantanamo while preserving the safety of Americans?

Dick Morris and Alan Colmes on Guantanamo and what to do with innocent prisoners there:

ALAN COLMES: ...you know, the whole idea that what this president has done -- enemy combatants, that he can declare anybody an enemy combatant -- people not having rights to an attorney --

MORRIS: Let's --

COLMES: -- locking people away without an opportunity for redress.

MORRIS: Well, let me --

COLMES: That's radical.


Hardly a day goes by without some extraordinary news from the Military Commissions, the system of “terror trials” conceived in the Office of the Vice President in November 2001, and their days now seem to be as numbered as those of the Bush administration itself.

Embedded video is from Democracy Now! in May, 2008. Watch part two here.

October 27, 2008

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