Guantanamo and US Supreme Court

Updated: My Definitive List of the Guantánamo Habeas Corpus Results

6.2.14

See the updated Guantánamo habeas list here. Sometimes life takes us down unexpected routes, and yesterday, while looking for links for my last article, a transcript of a talk I gave in Los Angeles during my recent US tour calling for the closure of the prison at Guantánamo Bay on the 12th anniversary of its […]

Close Guantánamo Now: Transcript of Andy Worthington’s Speech at an Inter-Faith Event in Los Angeles, January 15, 2014

5.2.14

On January 15, as part of my two-week “Close Guantánamo Now” US tour, marking the 12th anniversary of the opening of the “war on terror” prison at Guantánamo, I was the keynote speaker at a lunch event in a Methodist church in Los Angeles, which was convened by Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace […]

Revolution Interview: Andy Worthington Discusses the Guantánamo Hunger Strike and the Prison’s Horrendous History

4.4.13

Last week, Frank Harper, an activist with the campaigning group World Can’t Wait interviewed me by phone (via Skype) for Revolution newspaper. An edited version of the transcript of that interview has been published on Revolution‘s website, and is published in the latest issue of Revolution, cover date April 7. Below, for readers who want […]

Eleven Years of Guantánamo: Andy Worthington Visits the US to Campaign for the Prison’s Closure

9.1.13

Contact me from 10am Eastern Time on January 9 (until January 16) on 347-581-2677. It’s over 24 hours since I arrived in the US, with the support of Witness Against Torture, World Can’t Wait and Close Guantánamo, for a series of events to mark the 11th anniversary of the opening of the “war on terror” […]

Obama, the Courts and Congress Are All Responsible for the Latest Death at Guantánamo

15.9.12

I felt sick when I heard the news: that the man who died at Guantánamo last weekend was Adnan Farhan Abdul Latif, a Yemeni. I had been aware of his case for six years, and had followed it closely. He had been cleared for release under President Bush (in December 2006) and under President Obama […]

A Premonition of Death at Guantánamo: Adnan Latif’s Hunger Strike Poem

13.9.12

Note: This image was produced by Amnesty International as part of their letter-writing campaign for this December, featuring Adnan Latif (on the left), a Yemeni prisoner who died at Guantánamo last weekend, and Hussein Almerfedi, another Yemeni who, like Latif, won his habeas corpus petition, but then had it reversed by the malignant rightwing ideologues […]

Lawyers for Adnan Latif, the Latest Prisoner to Die at Guantánamo, Issue A Statement

11.9.12

This article was published simultaneously here, and on the “Close Guantánamo” website, which I established in January with US attorney Tom Wilner. Please join us — just an email address is required to be counted amongst those opposed to the ongoing existence of Guantánamo, and to receive updates of our activities by email. Over the weekend, Adnan […]

A Call for 90 Men to be Freed from Guantánamo on the 11th Anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks

11.9.12

I wrote the following article for the “Close Guantánamo” website, which I established in January with US attorney Tom Wilner. Please join us — just an email address is required to be counted amongst those opposed to the ongoing existence of Guantánamo, and to receive updates of our activities by email. Eleven years after the terrible terrorist […]

The Saudi Gazette Urges President Obama to Close Guantánamo

29.6.12

Note: Please feel free to visit the website of the “Close Guantánamo” campaign, which I founded in January with the attorney Tom Wilner, and please join us to receive updates — just an email address required. On Monday, in an editorial entitled, “Close Guantánamo,” which, I am pleased to note, drew on my recent report, […]

Still No Accountability for Torture

23.6.12

Last week, the bad news from the Supreme Court was not just manifested in the court’s decision to abdicate its responsibilities towards the prisoners held at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, by turning down appeals submitted by seven of the 169 men still held, although that was a dreadful decision, establishing, as it did, that the D.C. […]

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