Tuesday, January 26, 2010

The Guantanamo Testimonials Project has more on the do-overs

Some of you may recall that my client Al-Ghizzawi was found not to be an enemy combatant back in 2004 at his combat status review tribunal (CSRT) thirty eight other men were also found not to be enemy combatants...that was when Al-Ghizzawi's personal war criminal Professor Matthew Waxman stepped in and came up with the do-overs (although now he is trying to claim that he wasn't responsible for that policy....but he was) new panels (the rubber stamp panels) reviewed the same evidence as the first panel (at least in Al-G's case and most likely in the other cases as well) but overturned the finding of the first panels. The Guantanamo Testimonials Project has been analyzing the CSRT records and reports on some of those findings. Click on the title to read that report.

four released

Three to Slovakia and one to Switzerland. None of them are my clients.