Using Evidence from Water Torture to Hold Detainees at Guantanamo

By: Tuesday August 16, 2011 6:30 am

A few weeks ago, Truthout published an article that examined a number of instances of water torture, including evidence of near-drowning, on prisoners held by the Department of Defense. A second article, with further documentation, including cases other cases of submersion in water and also extreme forms of “water dousing,” will be coming out soon. But not everything can be squeezed into even two articles.

 

First Guantanamo Habeas Case Makes Way to Supreme Court

By: Tuesday October 5, 2010 12:35 pm

First Gitmo Habeas Case Makes Way To SCOTUS; it will be an important bellwether to see if the Court accepts cert and, if so, what they do with the case.

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