Close Guantanamo Vigil, Boston, MA
Speech by Terry Rockefeller at Amnesty International and ACLU Vigil
PT Supports John Adams Project: Standing up for Justice in the Military Commissions Proceedings
Standing up for Justice in the Military Commissions Proceedings
Uighur detainees ordered released from Guantanamo
Federal District Judge Ricardo Urbina orders the Bush administration to release 17 members of the Uighur Muslim minority from western China who have been held at Guantanamo Prison since 2002 saying they have never posed a threat to the U.S., nor have they fought against the U.S.
Adele Welty’s Statement on Guantánamo
by Adele Welty January 9th, 2007 Guantanamo Document – January 2007 On September 11th, 2001, my son, Firefighter Timothy Welty, was lost in the line of duty at the World…
Osama bin Laden’s driver convicted of providing material support for terrorism
Salim Ahmed Hamdan, Osama bin Laden’s driver, is convicted of providing material support for terrorism in the first military trial held at Guantánamo. He is sentenced to 66 months in prison, but had already served 61.
Supreme Court ruling on right of Guantanamo prisoners to challenge their detention in federal court
Supreme Court rules 5 to 4 that prisoners at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, have a right to challenge their detention in federal court. It is the third decision against the Bush administration’s policy on such detainees.
Letter on Politicization Of Guantanamo
Letter To Susan Crawford, Convening Authority, Office of Military Commissions
Al Qaeda detainees face tribunal
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and four others involved in the planning face a tribunal for the first time at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. All five defendants say they will defend themselves.
U.S. to televise Guantanamo trials to 9-11 families
GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba, April 18 (Reuters) – The U.S. military will televise the Guantanamo trial of accused Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and five other suspects…
Al-Qaeda detainees charged
Former al-Qaeda operations chief, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, and five other Guantanamo detainees, who are thought to have played a supporting role in the September 11 attacks, are charged with conspiracy, murder in violation of the law of war, attacking civilians, terrorism, and providing material support for terrorism. If convicted by military tribunals that will hear their cases, they could face the death penalty.