Planner Of 9/11 Attacks Claims U.S. Foreign Policy Was Cause
You simply cannot tell the complete story of 9/11 without including the history of U.S. imperial transgressions in the Middle East.
U.S. Letter Exonerating Former Guantanamo Prisoner in Morocco May Not Save Him
The U.S. admitted Younous Chekkouri, a man held in Guantanamo for 14 years, has no ties to al-Qaida. But that may not stop Morocco from charging him anyway.
Attorneys: U.S. Claims ‘Unchecked Power’ to Keep Gravely Sick Prisoner at Guantanamo
Attorneys for a gravely sick Guantanamo Bay prisoner, who has been on hunger strike for eight and a half years, argue the United States government has “attacked” a federal court’s “Constitutional authority” by claiming “unchecked power” to continue detention and force-feeding. Tariq Ba Odah, a Yemeni prisoner and resident of
Guantanamo Lawyers’ Alarmingly High Cancer Rate Sparks Military Investigation
Despite promises to close the detention center during Barack Obama’s presidential run, the prison at the Guantanamo Bay naval base remains open. And now it appears those detained at the controversial site aren’t the only ones suffering and dying — their lawyers are also facing grave illness.