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Thursday, March 29, 2007

Guantanamo Confessions Scrutinized under the World's Microscope

Just how significant were the recent Guantanamo confessions?  Jonathan Hafetz, an attorney with NYU Law's Brennan Center for Justice, who represents Guantanamo prisoners calls the confessions the result of "justice on the fly" while Berkeley LawProf John Yoo views the confessions as the result of a balance between protecting national security/gathering wartime intelligence and administering a fair trial with due process protections. Full story. . . [Michele Berry] 

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