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Entries by Andy Worthington from 10/2007

A New Guantánamo Whistleblower Steps Forward to Criticize the Tribunal Process

| Posted 10.09.2007 | Politics

The saga of the Guantánamo whistleblowers resurfaced last week when an Army Major filed an affidavit in the case of a Sudanese detainee who was kidnapped in 2002 from his home in Pakistan.

Guantánamo: Original Whistleblower Condemns Proposals to Hold New Tribunals as Hypocritical and Cowardly

| Posted 10.16.2007 | Politics

Planning new tribunals would not only reveal the original process as a sham; it would also prolong an already intolerable situation.

The Afghan Teenager Put Forward for Trial by Military Commission at Guantánamo

| Posted 10.17.2007 | Politics

Dozens of teenagers - some as young as 12 or 13 - have been held in Guantánamo over the years, but until now Khadr was the only one to face a trial.

Guantánamo Suicides: So Who's Telling the Truth?

| Posted 10.24.2007 | Politics

Sixteen months after the first deaths, it is surely time for the investigators of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service to deliver their verdict.