Sunday, January 8, 2012

Injustice at Guantanamo: Past and Present

This Wednesday marks ten years since the prison at Guantánamo Bay opened.  Today in The New York Times, Lakhdar Boumediene reflects on that anniversary and tells the harrowing tale of the seven and a half years he spent imprisoned in Guantánamo Bay.  Mr. Boumediene always maintained his innocence, fought his case all the way to the Supreme Court in a case that bears his name, and ultimately won his freedom before a federal court in Washington...  Read @:  ACLU