Riz Khan: Guantanamo: No-man’s land

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The military tribunal system set up by the Bush administration in 2001 to prosecute “enemy combatants” was dealt another blow last week, this time from the US Supreme Court. The court ruled that detainees could bring their cases to civil courts in the US. To explore what the court’s decision means to Guantanamo prisoners, and to Bush’s vision of the “war on terror” in general, Riz speaks to two legal experts on Guantanamo.



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Bush To Detain Supreme Court Justices Who Ruled Against Him On Rights Of Detainees

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McCain, You Can’t Have It Both Ways (video)

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