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The Detention Dilemma

Appeals Court Makes It Easier for Gov’t to Hold Gitmo

Detainees

by Dafna Linzer
ProPublica

.Handcuffs hang in a high-security detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. (MICHELLE SHEPHARD/AFP/Getty Images file photo)

In a decision that will likely make it more difficult for Guantanamo prisoners to win release, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit today reversed a lower court’s ruling in the pivotal case of a Yemeni detainee. (mais…)

THE DETENTION DILEMMA

Obama Makes Indefinite Detention and Military Commissions

His Own

by Dafna Linzer
ProPublica

.(John Moore/Getty Images)

President Obama yesterday (03/07) formalized indefinite detention for dozens of men held at Guantanamo Bay and announced that the Pentagon would move ahead with military trials for a handful of other detainees. (mais…)

THE DETENTION DILEMMA

Obama Expresses Displeasure With Guantanamo Restrictions

But Signs Them Into Law

by Dafna Linzer
ProPublica

.President Barack Obama meets with senior advisors in the Oval Office. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

President Obama, under pressure from supporters and opponents alike, issued astatement late Friday objecting to legislative provisions that severely limit his ability to transfer detainees from Guantanamo, but stopped short of challenging their constitutionality. (mais…)

GUANTANAMO – The Detention Dilemma

Disclosure of Possible Gitmo Signing Statement Spurs Debate

Inside and Outside Administration

by Dafna Linzer
ProPublica

 

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Yesterday’s story on the possibilities for a presidential signing statement on Guantanamo led to some additional good reporting by colleagues at The New York Times, The Washington Post and elsewhere. And to some sharp analysis from law professors including Jack Goldsmith andBobby Chesney and by national security writers including Marcy Wheeler and Adam Serwer. (mais…)

DETENIDO DE GUANTANAMO VÁ A JUZGAMIENTO

COMIENZA EL PRIMER PROCESO CIVIL A UN DETENIDO DE GUANTÁNAMO


 

En un tribunal federal de Nueva York comienza el primer juicio civil a uno de los presos de Guantánamo, Ahmed Ghailani, acusado de haber participado en 1998 en un atentado en la embajada norteamericana de Tanzania.

Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, de 36 años, ciudadano de Tanzania, es el primer detenido de la prisión militar de Guantánamo, Cuba, que fue transferido a Estados Unidos para ser juzgado por un tribunal. (mais…)

PRISIONERO DE GUANTANAMO VA A JUSGAMIENTO

COMENZÓ EL PRIMER JUICIO A UN EX PRESO DE GUANTÁNAMO

En la corte civil de Nueva York ha comenzado el primer juicio a un ex prisionero de Guantánamo, acusado de participar en dos atentados contra las embajadas de EE. UU. en África en 1998, que dejaron más de 200 muertos. (mais…)

GUANTANAMO – JUDGE REJECTED CONFESSION

Judges Reject Interrogation Evidence in Gitmo Cases

U.S. military guards walk a detainee through Camp Delta in the Guantanamo Bay detention center on March 29, 2010. (John Moore/Getty Images)

by Chisun Lee
ProPublica,

This story was co-published with The National Law Journal [1].

The government’s case for keeping the Guantánamo Bay prisoner locked away seemed airtight. He had confessed to overseeing the distribution of supplies to al-Qaida fighters battling U.S. forces in Afghanistan, even describing the routes where pack mules hauled the packages. (mais…)

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