. The Geneva Conventions, of which there are four, are considered universal
Apr 10, 2011 ... It felt like an epic decision in June 2008 when a bitterly divided Supreme Court
decided that terrorism suspects detained at Guantanamo Bay ...
Jun 4, 2014 ... Those held in Guantanamo Bay have long been characterized as America's most
dangerous enemies. So what happens when they go free?
... at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have become emblematic of gross human rights ...
At Guantánamo, the U.S. government sought to hold detainees in a place ...
The Guantanamo detainees
have been described in various contexts as suspected terrorists, militants, and al-Qaeda agents, but only 40% of detainees
are accused of belonging to a terrorist organization, and only 8% are accused of taking up arms for al-Qaeda.
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Jun 12, 2008 ... LANDMARK WIN FOR GUANTANAMO DETAINEES! Contact: Press@ccrjustice.
org. Washington, DC — In one of the most important human rights cases of ... at
Guantánamo Bay have the constitutional right to habeas corpus.
Prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. Fourteen ... for Guantánamo's ongoing damage to
the human rights of detainees, our nation's reputation, and national security.
That framework, specifically as it relates to the detainees at Guantanamo Bay, ....
under AR 190-8 and the Geneva Conventions have no appellate rights.
The military commissions at Guantanamo Bay were created by the Bush ... the
commissions and transfer detainees to US federal court for prosecution.
May 28, 2013 ... Boston University BU, School of Law LAW Asylum and Human Rights program,
Guantanamo Bay. Detainees in orange jumpsuits in a holding ...