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They’re going to ask about whether she had qualms about putting violent criminals back on the streets, and how she could have represented a Guantánamo detainee.I’ve covered the Supreme Court for years. Here’s what to know about Jackson’s nomination.|Ruth Marcus|February 28, 2022|Washington Post
They are the reason I set out to write about Guantánamo—to show the world who was really there.
I was not that general—I was nothing more than a student— but being detained at Guantánamo turned me into a leader of resistance.
Several judges asked Thursday whether there was still a controversy for the court to resolve because Hela was recently approved for transfer out of Guantánamo — and they asked how the end of the Afghanistan war affected his continued detention.
The department has warned that a broad holding by the court extending due process rights to Guantánamo detainees could adversely impact military, intelligence and law enforcement operations.
Perhaps the guards at the Guantanamo Bay detention facilities will finally be allowed to smoke cubans, too.
The proceedings expected this week in Guantanamo Bay had been canceled.
In April of this year, the FBI tried to recruit a member of the Guantanamo defense team as an informant.
Lt. Commander Kevin Bogucki is a Navy JAG officer serving as defense counsel for enemy combatants detained at Guantanamo.
With no sign that Guantanamo will be closed any time soon, this theater of the absurd could have a long run.
Captain McCalla, who was in command of Guantanamo, had sent his compliments and a launch, leading us in to our place of anchorage.A Story of the Red Cross|Clara Barton
He has done his work well, and the affair at Guantanamo has caused the sneer to fade from the lip of the American sailor-man.Pike & Cutlass|George Gibbs
When vessels were obliged to coal at Guantanamo, forty miles distant, the next in line covered the cruising interval.The Path of Empire|Carl Russell Fish
Near Guantanamo, a cascade drops three hundred feet into a cavern and reappears a short distance away.
That place is reached by rail from Santiago, a highly picturesque route through the Guantanamo valley.