Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Gitmo detainees are "ghost prisoners"

The Guantanamo Bay prison was supposed to protect the US from terrorism but has become unlawful and a human rights violator. Attorney and Author Kristine Huskey, who represented some of the Guantanamo inmates, says under the Bush Administration they were basically ghost prisoners. They weren't allowed to challenge their detention and weren't even named in many cases; no one knew who was there.


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