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  • ...]] at [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp]], had a right to have their defense attorneys review all the classified evidence in their client's dossier
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  • {{main|Keep America Safe#Criticism of Justice Department attorneys}} ...tention camp]]. Harison told Ryan Reilly of ''Main Justice'' "that private attorneys advocating for detainees raised a lot of questions because 'sometimes you c
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  • | known_for = [[Guantanamo military commissions]], [[Indiana Supreme Court]] ...8.jpg|thumb|left|Steven David addresses the Press, following a hearing, at Guantanamo, on June 5th, 2008.]]
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  • ..., George W. Bush Administration|extrajudicial detention]] and [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp]]. Specifically, in 2006 and 2007, he was the chief militar ...Bay detention camp]]s, in [[Cuba]] who eventually faced charges before a [[Guantanamo military commission]].<ref name=Npr20071031/>
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  • ..., is a citizen of [[Afghanistan]], who had been imprisoned in [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp]], but was recently freed. ...tes Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit]] ruled that his attorneys had the right to review all evidence against him; the court also ruled in t
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  • Formed in 1966 by civil rights attorneys working against racial discrimination in the southern U.S., the '''Center f ..., would be filed on behalf of [[Majid Khan]], who remains the [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp]], and [[Sami al-Hajj]], a former Al Jazeera cameraman who w
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  • | known_for = Guantanamo prosecutor ...States Navy Reserve]].<ref name=nytimes2022-03-20/> He has served as a [[Guantanamo Military Commission]] prosecutor since at least 2008.<ref name=nytimes2022-
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  • held in [[extrajudicial detention]] in the [[Guantanamo detention camp]], in [[Cuba]].<ref name=DoDList2> ...le=List of Individuals Detained by the Department of Defense at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba from January 2002 through May 15, 2006
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  • ...halil Al-Rawi''' is an [[Iraq]]i citizen who was held in the [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp]], and is a plaintiff in [[Mohamed et al. v. Jeppesen Datap | title=Freedom bitter-sweet, best friend still at Guantanamo
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  • *"Ensure the [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp|Guantanamo Bay Prison]] remains open and continues to keep America safe." ==Criticism of Justice Department attorneys==
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  • ...held in [[extrajudicial detention]] in the [[United States]] [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp]]s, in [[Cuba]].<ref name=DoDList2> ...le=List of Individuals Detained by the Department of Defense at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba from January 2002 through May 15, 2006
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  • ...immigration, the handling of the 2005 Hurricane Katrina disaster, the U.S. Attorneys dismissal controversy, the creation of the Vision for Space Exploration and ...leged that Attorney General [[Alberto Gonzales]] fired a group of district attorneys for political reasons, and many politicians demanded the resignation of Alb
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  • ...emy combatants who were held at [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp|Guantanamo Bay]] for his role in drafting the legal memos on the constitutionality of tort Rank bias and sheer incompetence infused OPR's investigation. OPR attorneys, for example, omitted a number of precedents that squarely supported the ap
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  • **Military Intelligence at [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp]], with strategic-level missions, reporting to [[United Stat *[[#Guantanamo operations|Guantanamo operations]], which assumed [[Guantanamo Bay detention camp]] was, for legal purposes, not U.S. territory. The first pri
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  • “President Bush told us that the last 14 CIA prisoners were sent to Guantanamo, but there are many other prisoners ‘disappeared’ by the CIA whose fate ...were transferred from secret CIA prisons to military custody at Guantanamo Bay. In a televised speech on September 6, President Bush announced that with t
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