October 19, 2006
Marines Order Attorney, Paralegal Not to Speak to Media About Prisoner Abuse
A military attorney and a military paralegal who are currently working on behalf of a Guantanamo detainee have been told they may no longer speak to the media about the claims of prisoner abuse they have asked be investigated. The attorney, Marine Lieutenant Colonel Colby Vokey, and his assistant, Sergeant Heather Cerveny, represent Canadian detainee Omar Khadr, who also has a civilian lawyer, Muneer Ahmad. Read more here.
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