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Guantanamo Habeas Week (April/May 2010)

Guantánamo and Habeas Corpus: Consigning Soldiers to Oblivion

10.5.10

Note: This article is the last of eight articles published as part of “Guantánamo Habeas Week” (introduced here, and also see the articles here, here, here, here and here), which I extended to become “Guantánamo Habeas Fortnight.” This project also includes an interactive list of all 47 rulings to date (with links to my articles, […]

How Binyam Mohamed’s Torture Was Revealed in a US Court

4.5.10

Note: This article is one of the last two articles published as part of “Guantánamo Habeas Week” (introduced here, and also see the articles here, here, here and here), which I extended to become “Guantánamo Habeas Fortnight.” This project also includes an interactive list of all 47 rulings to date (with links to my articles, […]

Why Judges Can’t Free Torture Victims from Guantánamo

27.4.10

Note: This article is published as part of “Guantánamo Habeas Week” (introduced here, and also see the articles here, here and here), which has now been extended as “Guantánamo Habeas Fortnight.” This project also includes an interactive list of all 47 rulings to date (with links to my articles, the judges’ unclassified opinions, and more). […]

Judge Rules Yemeni’s Detention at Guantánamo Based Solely on Torture

23.4.10

Please support my work! Note: This article is published as part of “Guantánamo Habeas Week” (introduced here, and also see the articles here and here), which also features an interactive list of all 47 rulings to date (with links to my articles, the judges’ unclassified opinions, and more). On February 24, as I reported in […]

Mohamedou Ould Salahi: How a Judge Demolished the US Government’s Al-Qaeda Claims

21.4.10

Note: This article is published as part of “Guantánamo Habeas Week” (introduced here), which also features an interactive list of all 47 rulings to date (with links to my articles, the judges’ unclassified opinions, and more). Despite the Bush administration’s fearsome rhetoric regarding Guantánamo — that it contained “the worst of the worst” terrorists, who, […]

With Regrets, Judge Allows Indefinite Detention at Guantánamo of a Medic

20.4.10

Note: This article is published as part of “Guantánamo Habeas Week” (introduced here), which also features an interactive list of all 47 rulings to date (with links to my articles, the judges’ unclassified opinions, and more). On March 25, as I explained in a recent article, “Guantánamo and Habeas Corpus: The Torture Victim and the […]

Guantánamo Habeas Results: Prisoners 34, Government 13

19.4.10

Please support my work! NOTE: This list has now been superseded by a dedicated page, “Guantánamo Habeas Results: The Definitive List,” which will be used to monitor the ongoing habeas rulings. As part of my series, “Guantánamo Habeas Week” (introduced here, and expanded, on April 23, to become “Guantánamo Habeas Fortnight”), it’s my pleasure to […]

Guantánamo Habeas Week: Exposing Torture, Misconceptions and Government Incompetence

19.4.10

Please support my work! In an attempt to raise awareness of the importance of the rulings being made in US courts on the habeas corpus petitions of the prisoners held at Guantánamo (as authorized by a significant Supreme Court ruling in June 2008), I’m devoting most of my work this week to articles covering the […]

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