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August 27, 2004
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Day Five/Aug.27: The End of the BeginningToday began just like each of our days here at Guantanamo Bay – very early in the morning and with a spectacular sunrise. Rather than taking our usual heavy...
August 26, 2004
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Day Four Despite the best efforts of a lot of well meaning people here, this was an embarrassing day for American justice. The translation issue – the roots of which have been chronicled in each...
August 26, 2004
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Day Four/Aug 26: A Defendant Asks to Represent HimselfAugust 26, 2004Despite the best efforts of a lot of well meaning people here, this was an embarrassing day for American justice.The translation...
August 25, 2004
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Day Three Today was a heartening day, in a way, because of the professionalism of the lawyers involved and their vigorous efforts to try to make the proceedings fair. But also a heartbreaking day...
August 24, 2004
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Day Two: Today was the first day of actual proceedings, and it began with another new rule. The other independent observers and I were handed an order from the Presiding Officer just minutes...
August 24, 2004
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Day Two: Good People, Flawed SystemTuesday, August 24Today was the first day of actual proceedings, and it began with another new rule. The other independent observers and I were handed an order from...
August 23, 2004
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Day One: I arrived in Cuba over the weekend and am staying on the leeward side of the U.S. Naval Base here with 50-some reporters and four other observers from human rights and legal groups. After...
August 23, 2004
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Day One: Four Issues of ConcernMonday, August 23I arrived in Cuba over the weekend and am staying on the leeward side of the U.S. Naval Base here with 50-some reporters and four other observers from...
August 16, 2004
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Attorney General Poised to Decide if US will Protect Rodi Alvarado Bipartisan Support for Woman Who Fled Horrific Domestic Violence Urge Ashcroft to Grant Asylum Attorney General John...
August 11, 2004
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DHS Announces Expansion of Expedited Removal to Border Areas Border Patrol Officers Given Power to Order Deportations – Decision Further Undermines Fairness; Puts Refugees at Risk The Department...

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