Dignified, but Broken

Published By The Huffington Post

A friend said that she recently saw photos of men who had been incarcerated at Guantanamo prison and that the photos expressed each man’s human…

Stateless Pawns in the Global Game of the Superpowers

Published By The Huffington Post

The Witness to Guantanamo Project (W2G) just returned from filming interviews with the Uyghurs in Palau. The project has been conducting in-depth (2 ½ hour)…

WTG in the News

In 1960’s New Orleans you worked for a civil rights organization in the Jim Crow South. The obvious question is what comparisons you can draw between what you see, in legal systemic terms, is going on with America’s various ad hoc legal responses to the war on terror, and what you personally observed during that rather turbulent era in American legal history?

WTG in the News

Provides a compelling account of the human costs of the erosion of civil rights in the post-9/11 US.

Book of the Week: Our Nation Unhinged, Times Higher Education Magazine

I Debated a War Criminal

Published By The Huffington Post

My parents almost died at the hands of the Nazis. They told me stories of those times, and in my youth I often wondered what a war criminal looked like. Meeting John Yoo showed me.

Inside Guantanamo

Published By Nevada Law Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, 2009

Abstract: In May 2007 I visited Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. What I saw and experienced then are fading away and will soon disappear, now that two-thirds…

Establishing a Truth Commission for Guantanamo

Published By The Huffington Post

There has been much talk in the media lately promoting the possibility of establishing truth commissions for Guantanamo. Suggestions have predominately focused on Congressional investigations,…

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