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Tamiment-Wagner: Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp & War Crimes (U.S.)

Collected by: New York University

Archived since: Oct, 2015

Description:

This archive contains periodically archived websites of entities documenting (including via U.S. government websites) and of those critical of U.S. policy and its representation governing enemy combatants, prisoner interrogation, the related legal processes and issues, the global detention system established by the Bush administration, including efforts to secure civil and human rights for detainees. Contents include prisoners' testimony and documents from attorneys defending them. Also archived are the Guantanamo Reports and other documents created and published online by the Seton Hall University School of Law's Center for Social Justice, where faculty are creating a Guantanamo Bay Detention Center archive, to be housed at Seton Hall and at the Tamiment Library, NYU. NOTE: Due to the recent creation of this archive, and the six month embargo on publishing these websites (e.g. no website captured less than six months ago may be displayed), the number of websites in this archive is currently small. This archive contains periodically archived websites of entities documenting (including via U.S. government websites) and of those critical of U.S. policy and its representation governing enemy combatants, prisoner interrogation, the related legal processes and issues, the global detention system established by the Bush administration, including efforts to secure civil and human rights for detainees. Contents include prisoners' testimony and documents from attorneys defending them. Also archived are the Guantanamo Reports and other documents created and published online by the Seton Hall University School of Law's Center for Social Justice, where faculty are creating a Guantanamo Bay Detention Center archive, to be housed at Seton Hall and at the Tamiment Library, NYU. NOTE: Due to the recent creation of this archive, and the six month embargo on publishing these websites (e.g. no website captured less than six months ago may be displayed), the number of websites in this archive is currently small. This archive contains periodically archived websites of entities documenting (including via U.S. government websites) and of those critical of U.S. policy and its representation governing enemy combatants, prisoner interrogation, the related legal processes and issues, the global detention system established by the Bush administration, including efforts to secure civil and human rights for detainees. Contents include prisoners' testimony and documents from attorneys defending them. Also archived are the Guantanamo Reports and other documents created and published online by the Seton Hall University School of Law's Center for Social Justice, where faculty are creating a Guantanamo Bay Detention Center archive, to be housed at Seton Hall and at the Tamiment Library, NYU. NOTE: Due to the recent creation of this archive, and the six month embargo on publishing these websites (e.g. no website captured less than six months ago may be displayed), the number of websites in this archive is currently small.

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Title: Witness against Torture: A Campaign to Shut down Guantanamo

URL: http://2012.witnesstorture.org/

Description: At our inception, with the December 5-17, 2005: Walk to Guantanamo to Visit the Prisoners, Witness Against Torture was a group of friends who-- as Americans and Catholics-- walked to Guantanamo to visit the prisoners, to perform a work of mercy, to respond to the victims of the war on terrorism. Once we returned from that journey, we began to organize more broadly to shut down Guantanamo, working with interfaith, human rights and activists' organizations. We have planned a series of nonviolent direct actions to expose and decry the administration's lawlessness, build awareness about torture and indefinite detention amongst Americans and forge human ties with the prisoners at Guantanamo and their families.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and Prisons, American.

Title: United States. Congress. Senate. Armed Services Committee Report: Inquiry into the treatment of detainees in U.S. custody, 11/20/2008

URL: http://armed-services.senate.gov/Publications/Detainee%20Report%20Final_April%2022%202009.pdf

Description: United States. Congress. Senate. Armed Services Committee. Inquiry into the treatment of detainees in U.S. custody, 11/20/2008

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Subject:   Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Human rights--United States. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

Title: Center for Constitutional Rights Cases: Illegal Detentions and Guantanamo

URL: http://ccrjustice.org/cases-issue

Description: Contains websites of cases taken by the Center for Constitutional Rights in relation to illegal detention and the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp

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Subject:   Torture--United States Iraq War, 2003- --Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Human rights--United States.

Title: Center for Constitutional Rights Cases: Illegal Detentions and Guantanamo

URL: http://ccrjustice.org/cases-issue?content=cases-issue&issues=2&sort=date&op=Display&form_id=sort_filter_form

Description: Contains websites of cases taken by the Center for Constitutional Rights in relation to illegal detention and the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp

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Subject:   Torture--United States Iraq War, 2003- --Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Human rights--United States.

Title: United Nations

URL: http://cyberschoolbus.un.org/

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Title: Federal Bureau of Investigation - Freedom of Information Privacy Act

URL: http://foia.fbi.gov/foiaindex/guantanamo.htm

Description: The FBI on January 2, 2007 released documents related to an internal inquiry in 2004 of FBI personnel who had served at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba since September 11, 2001 and had observed any aggressive interview techniques, interrogations, or mistreatment of detainees by representatives of law enforcement, the military, or the FBI. There were no documented incidents involving FBI personnel. These documents include summaries of what FBI personnel observed.

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Subject:   United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Iraq War, 2003- --Prisons and prisoners, American. Torture--United States.

Title: Federal Bureau of Investigation - Guantanamo Bay Investigation

URL: http://foia.fbi.gov/guantanamo/122106.htm

Description: Contains a survey of 493 Federal Bureau of Investigation personnel asking whether they observed aggressive mistreatment, interrogations or interview techniques at the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp.

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Subject:   Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners of war, American. Torture--United States.

Title: Detainees Positive Responses (pdf Object)

URL: http://foia.fbi.gov/guantanamo/detainees.pdf

Description: The FBI on January 2, 2007 released documents related to an internal inquiry in 2004 of FBI personnel who had served at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba since September 11, 2001 and had observed any aggressive interview techniques, interrogations, or mistreatment of detainees by representatives of law enforcement, the military, or the FBI. There were no documented incidents involving FBI personnel. These documents include summaries of what FBI personnel observed.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Iraq War, 2003---Prisoners and prisons, American. Torture--United States.

Title: Seton Hall Law School - Guantanamo Reports

URL: http://law.shu.edu/ProgramsCenters/PublicIntGovServ/CSJ/Guantanamo-Reports.cfm

Description: Since 2006, Fellows with the Center for Policy and Research have been analyzing government data to illuminate the interrogations and intelligence practices of the United States. The findings have been quite revealing, showing that what’s found in the data is often the best divulger of the truth. The reports have been introduced into the Congressional record by the Senate Armed Services Committee, the Senate Judiciary Committee, the House Armed Services Committee, and as part of a Resolution by the European Parliament.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Iraq War, 2003- --Law and legislation. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, American. Seton Hall University School of Law. Center for Social Justice. Lawyers--United States--Political activity.

Title: Seton Hall Law School - Guantanamo Reports

URL: http://law.shu.edu/ProgramsCenters/PublicIntGovServ/policyresearch/Guantanamo-Reports.cfm

Description: Since 2006, Fellows with the Center for Policy and Research have been analyzing government data to illuminate the interrogations and intelligence practices of the United States. The findings have been quite revealing, showing that what’s found in the data is often the best divulger of the truth. The reports have been introduced into the Congressional record by the Senate Armed Services Committee, the Senate Judiciary Committee, the House Armed Services Committee, and as part of a Resolution by the European Parliament.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Iraq War, 2003- --Law and legislation. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, American. Seton Hall University School of Law. Center for Social Justice. Lawyers--United States--Political activity.

Title: Seton Hall Law School - Guantanamo Reports

URL: http://law.shu.edu/policy-research/guantanamo-reports.cfm

Description: Since 2006, Fellows with the Center for Policy and Research have been analyzing government data to illuminate the interrogations and intelligence practices of the United States. The findings have been quite revealing, showing that what’s found in the data is often the best divulger of the truth. The reports have been introduced into the Congressional record by the Senate Armed Services Committee, the Senate Judiciary Committee, the House Armed Services Committee, and as part of a Resolution by the European Parliament.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Iraq War, 2003- --Law and legislation. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, American. Seton Hall University School of Law. Center for Social Justice. Lawyers--United States--Political activity.

URL: http://nsarchive.gwu.edu/torture_archive/index.htm

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Title: Detainee Death Investigation

URL: http://osd.dtic.mil/pubs/foi/detainees/death_investigation

Description: Contains documents released in litigation concerning three detainee deaths at the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp on June 10, 2006.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Torture--United States. Iraq War 2003- --Prisons and Prisoners, American.

Title: United Nations

URL: http://unstats.un.org/unsd/default.htm

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Title: Witness against Torture: A Campaign to Shut down Guantanamo

URL: http://witnesstorture.org/

Description: At our inception, with the December 5-17, 2005: Walk to Guantanamo to Visit the Prisoners, Witness Against Torture was a group of friends who-- as Americans and Catholics-- walked to Guantanamo to visit the prisoners, to perform a work of mercy, to respond to the victims of the war on terrorism. Once we returned from that journey, we began to organize more broadly to shut down Guantanamo, working with interfaith, human rights and activists' organizations. We have planned a series of nonviolent direct actions to expose and decry the administration's lawlessness, build awareness about torture and indefinite detention amongst Americans and forge human ties with the prisoners at Guantanamo and their families.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and Prisons, American.

Title: 100 Days to Close Guantánamo and End Torture

URL: http://www.100dayscampaign.org/

Description: We support President Obama's executive order to close the Guantanamo prison. But it must be closed not just on paper, but in reality. After seven years of detaining hundreds of men without trial, a one year timeline for closing Guantanamo is unacceptable. For the over 70 men currently on hunger strike in Guantanamo, it has been seven years too long. We want justice now. Witness Against Torture announces a campaign to close the U.S. detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and end torture and rendition by the U.S. within the first 100 days of the new administration. With Barack Obama taking office, we have a historic opportunity to reverse the disastrous policies of the last eight years.

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Subject:   100 Days to Close Guantanamo & End Torture. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Iraq War 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, American. Torture--United States.

Title: American Civil Liberties Union, Accountability for Torture, Restore the Rule of Law, Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, Waterboard

URL: http://www.aclu.org/accountability

Description: We are finally beginning to learn the full scope of the Bush administration's torture program. Government documents show that hundreds of prisoners were tortured in the custody of the CIA and Department of Defense, some of them killed in the course of interrogations. Justice Department memos show that the torture policies were devised and developed at the highest levels of the Bush administration. The ACLU is committed to restoring the rule of law. We will fight for the disclosure of the torture files that are still secret. We will advocate for the victims of the Bush administration's unlawful policies. We will press Congress to appoint a select committee that can investigate the roots of the torture program and recommend legislative changes to ensure that the abuses of the last eight years are not repeated. And we will advocate for the appointment of an independent prosecutor to examine issues of criminal responsibility.

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Subject:   Torture--United States Iraq War, 2003--Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

Title: American Civil Liberties Union, Close Gitmo & End Military Commissions

URL: http://www.aclu.org/close-guantanamo

Description: Close Gitmo & End Military Commissions is a website of the American Civil Liberties union Accountability for Torture Project.

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Subject:   Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Human rights--United States. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

Title: American Civil Liberties Union, Safe and Free

URL: http://www.aclu.org/keep-america-safe-free

Description: National Security: SAFE AND FREE AT HOME There has never been a more urgent need to preserve fundamental privacy protections and our system of checks and balances than the need we face today, as illegal government spying, provisions of the Patriot Act and government-sponsored torture programs transcend the bounds of law and our most treasured values in the name of national security. Throughout U.S. history "national security" has often been used as a pretext for massive violations of individual rights. The terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 mobilized our country in the fight against terrorism. However, this also launched a serious civil liberties crises. The ACLU continues to challenge policies like the USA Patriot Act, and creates campaigns like Safe and Free.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Torture--United States. Iraq War 2003- --Prisons and Prisoners, American.

Title: American Civil Liberties Union, Safe and Free

URL: http://www.aclu.org/safefree/index.html

Description: National Security: SAFE AND FREE AT HOME There has never been a more urgent need to preserve fundamental privacy protections and our system of checks and balances than the need we face today, as illegal government spying, provisions of the Patriot Act and government-sponsored torture programs transcend the bounds of law and our most treasured values in the name of national security. Throughout U.S. history "national security" has often been used as a pretext for massive violations of individual rights. The terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 mobilized our country in the fight against terrorism. However, this also launched a serious civil liberties crises. The ACLU continues to challenge policies like the USA Patriot Act, and creates campaigns like Safe and Free.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Torture--United States. Iraq War 2003- --Prisons and Prisoners, American.

Title: Act Against Torture

URL: http://www.actagainsttorture.org/index.html

Description: Act Against Torture is a coalition of activists based in the San Francisco Bay Area working to abolish torture and indefinite detention, to end U.S. intervention in Iraq and Afghanistan, and to prevent future wars. Our work is guided by radical, systemic analysis of war, torture and detention; the connections between these and other forms of oppression are the reason we support other movements for social justice as an integral part of our mission. We use strategic, campaign-based organizing to link individual actions in pusuit of larger goals. We work to build strong coalitions and are committed to democratic and participatory organizing. Act Against Torture is not affiliated with any party or organization.

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Subject:   Act Against Torture. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Iraq War 2003- --Prisons and prisoners, American. Torture--United States.

Title: National Security Archive: The Torture Archive

URL: http://www.aladin0.wrlc.org/gsdl/collect/torture/torture.shtml

Description: The National Security Archive announces (8/25/2009) the publication of the Torture Archive -- more than 83,000 pages of primary source documents (and thousands more to come) related to the detention and interrogation of individuals by the United States, in connection with the conduct of hostilities in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as in the broader context of the "global war on terror." The goal of the Torture Archive is to become the online institutional memory for essential evidence on torture in U.S. policy. Many of these documents are available in multiple locations on the Internet and in numerous private collections, thanks to landmark Freedom of Information Act and habeas litigation, leaks from whistleblowers, public relations releases from government, investigative reporting by journalists including the Torturing Democracy team, and Congressional investigations. But the disparate locations, enormous volume of documents, and lack of indexing or standard cataloging have presented real difficulties for users. With support from the Open Society Institute and the JEHT Foundation since 2006, the National Security Archive has undertaken to bring together all these materials in digital formats, organize and catalog them for maximum utility and access, and publish them online in multiple packages including a comprehensive searchable database. By combining released executive branch policy memoranda, legal documents from U.S. and foreign courts, and on-the-ground information about actual practices by the U.S. military and intelligence personnel, the Torture Archive presents a comprehensive view of the war on terrorism, its foundations and its implications. This initial launch of the Torture Archive includes the complete set of declassified Combatant Status Review Tribunal and Administrative Review Board files from the Pentagon, and thousands of documents resulting from FOIA litigation brought by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Archive and other plaintiffs. The Torture Archive will continue to add documents as they are released through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation or Executive discretion.

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Subject:   Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

Title: American Civil Liberties Union, Close Gitmo & End Military Commissions

URL: http://www.closegitmo.com/

Description: Close Gitmo & End Military Commissions is a website of the American Civil Liberties union Accountability for Torture Project.

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Subject:   Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Human rights--United States. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

Title: Crimes of War Project

URL: http://www.crimesofwar.org/

Description: The Crimes of War Project (established in 1999 as a private, non-profit corporation) is a collaboration of journalists, lawyers and scholars dedicated to raising public awareness of the laws of war and their application to situations of conflict. Their goal is to promote understanding of international humanitarian law among journalists, policymakers, and the general public, in the belief that a wider knowledge of the legal framework governing armed conflict will lead to greater pressure to prevent breaches of the law, and to punish those who commit them. They seek to raise raise the level of understanding about the law among those reporting on war and war crimes; provide information for journalists, scholars, and the policy community about critical issues in modern armed conflict; encourage wider appreciation of international law as a framework for understanding and responding to conflicts around the world; promote consultation among journalists, legal experts and humanitarian agencies about how to increase compliance with international humanitarian law; and provide a forum for accessible debate about the current state of international law. The website contains a glossary, commentary arranged by region, and other articles. The website last updated in 2011.

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Subject:   War crimes--United States. War criminals--United States. War (International law) Prisoners of war--Abuse of.

Title: Crimes of War Project

URL: http://www.crimesofwar.org/index.html

Description: The Crimes of War Project (established in 1999 as a private, non-profit corporation) is a collaboration of journalists, lawyers and scholars dedicated to raising public awareness of the laws of war and their application to situations of conflict. Their goal is to promote understanding of international humanitarian law among journalists, policymakers, and the general public, in the belief that a wider knowledge of the legal framework governing armed conflict will lead to greater pressure to prevent breaches of the law, and to punish those who commit them. They seek to raise raise the level of understanding about the law among those reporting on war and war crimes; provide information for journalists, scholars, and the policy community about critical issues in modern armed conflict; encourage wider appreciation of international law as a framework for understanding and responding to conflicts around the world; promote consultation among journalists, legal experts and humanitarian agencies about how to increase compliance with international humanitarian law; and provide a forum for accessible debate about the current state of international law. The website contains a glossary, commentary arranged by region, and other articles. The website last updated in 2011.

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Subject:   War crimes--United States. War criminals--United States. War (International law) Prisoners of war--Abuse of.

Title: U.S. Department of Defense - Military Commissions

URL: http://www.defense.gov/news/detainee_investigations.html

Description: United States Department of Defense Detainees Investigations. Contains "Special Reports, " Independent Panel Reports, Department of the Inspector General Report, all from 2004--2005

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

Title: Military Commission Proceedings at the Guantanamo Bay-- U.S. Dept. of Defense Official Website

URL: http://www.defenselink.mil/home/features/Detainees_affairs

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Title: U.S. Department of Defense Military Commissions Combatant Status Review Tribunals, U.S. Department of Defense. Military Commissions Combatant Status Review Tribunals

URL: http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Combatant_Tribunals.html

Description: United States Department of Defense Combatant Status Review Tribunals/Administrative Review Boards site contains CSRT/ARB Special Interest Items, Biographies of key DOD personnel, High Value Detainees CSRT Information including for each, unclassified summaries, transcript and audio of hearings, procedural instructions, news releases, and current briefing transcripts.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Torture--United States.

Title: U.S. Department of Defense - Military Commissions Brief Transcripts

URL: http://www.defenselink.mil/news/brieftrans.html

Description: Briefing transcripts, 2004--2005

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

Title: U.S. Department of Defense - Military Commissions

URL: http://www.defenselink.mil/news/detainee_investigations.html

Description: United States Department of Defense Detainees Investigations. Contains "Special Reports, " Independent Panel Reports, Department of the Inspector General Report, all from 2004--2005

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

Title: Combatant Status Review Tribunal (CSRT) and Administrative Review Board (ARB) Documents

URL: http://www.dod.gov/pubs/foi/operation_and_plans/Detainee/csrt_arb/index.html

Description: Contains unclassified summaries of evidence for Combatant Status Review Tribunals held between July 2004 and July 2007. Included are summaries for High Value Detainees (HVD). Other documents and audio recordings of testimony for HVD can be found on the Detainee Affairs webpage of DefenseLint at: http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Combatant_Tribunals.html.

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Subject:   Guantanmo Bay Detention Camp. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, America. Torture--United States.

Title: Detainee Related Documents (U.S. Department of Defense)

URL: http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/detainees

Description: Contains documents obtained/posted via the Freedom of Information Act on the website of the Office of the Secretary of Defense and Joint Staff Reading Room.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Iraq War, 2003---Prisoners and prisons, American. Torture--United States.

Title: Combatant Status Review Tribunal and Administrative Review Board Documents (U.S. Department of Defense), Combatant Status Review Tribunal (CSRT) and Administrative Review Board (ARB) Documents

URL: http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/detainees/csrt_arb/index.html

Description: Contains unclassified summaries of evidence for Combatant Status Review Tribunals held between July 2004 and July 2007. Included are summaries for High Value Detainees (HVD). Other documents and audio recordings of testimony for HVD can be found on the Detainee Affairs webpage of DefenseLint at: http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Combatant_Tribunals.html.

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Subject:   Guantanmo Bay Detention Camp. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, America. Torture--United States.

Title: National Security Archive: The Torture Archive

URL: http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/torture_archive/index.htm

Description: The National Security Archive announces (8/25/2009) the publication of the Torture Archive -- more than 83,000 pages of primary source documents (and thousands more to come) related to the detention and interrogation of individuals by the United States, in connection with the conduct of hostilities in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as in the broader context of the "global war on terror." The goal of the Torture Archive is to become the online institutional memory for essential evidence on torture in U.S. policy. Many of these documents are available in multiple locations on the Internet and in numerous private collections, thanks to landmark Freedom of Information Act and habeas litigation, leaks from whistleblowers, public relations releases from government, investigative reporting by journalists including the Torturing Democracy team, and Congressional investigations. But the disparate locations, enormous volume of documents, and lack of indexing or standard cataloging have presented real difficulties for users. With support from the Open Society Institute and the JEHT Foundation since 2006, the National Security Archive has undertaken to bring together all these materials in digital formats, organize and catalog them for maximum utility and access, and publish them online in multiple packages including a comprehensive searchable database. By combining released executive branch policy memoranda, legal documents from U.S. and foreign courts, and on-the-ground information about actual practices by the U.S. military and intelligence personnel, the Torture Archive presents a comprehensive view of the war on terrorism, its foundations and its implications. This initial launch of the Torture Archive includes the complete set of declassified Combatant Status Review Tribunal and Administrative Review Board files from the Pentagon, and thousands of documents resulting from FOIA litigation brought by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Archive and other plaintiffs. The Torture Archive will continue to add documents as they are released through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation or Executive discretion.

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Subject:   Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

Title: U.S. Dept. of Justice Office of the Inspector General Semiannual Report to Congress: April 1, 2008-September 30, 2008

URL: http://www.justice.gov/oig/semiannual/0811/fbi.htm

Description: Contains an Office of the Inspector General report to Congress regarding the Federal Bureau of Investigations involvement in and observation of detainee interrogations in Guantanamo Bay, Afghanistan, and Iraq.

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Subject:   Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners of war, American.

Title: OIG Testimony - June 4, 2008

URL: http://www.justice.gov/oig/testimony/t0806/

Description: Contains testimony of the Office of the Inspector General given on June 4, 2008 regarding the Federal Bureau of Investigation's observation of and involvement in detainee interrogations at the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners of war, American. United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation--Evaluation

Title: OIG Testimony: June 10, 2008

URL: http://www.justice.gov/oig/testimony/t0806a/

Description: Contains testimony of the Office of the Inspector General given before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary on June 10, 2008 regarding the Federal Bureau of Investigation's observation of and involvement in detainee interrogations at the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp.

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Subject:   United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation--Evaluation. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners of War, American. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Torture--United States.

Title: FOIA Post (2007): Summaries of New [Federal Court] Decisions -- August 2007

URL: http://www.justice.gov/oip/foiapost/2007foiapost16.htm

Description: Contains summaries of Federal court decisions pertaining to the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp that were received by the Office or Information Policy during the month of August 2007.

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Subject:   Iraq War, 2003- --Law and legislation--United States--Digests. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, American. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Torture--United States. Military interrogation--United States--Evaluation.

Title: U.S. Dept. of Justice Summaries of New [Federal Court] Decisions -- October 2008

URL: http://www.justice.gov/oip/foiapost/2008foiapost34.htm

Description: Contains summaries of the court decisions pertaining to the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp that were received by Office or Information Policy during the month of October 2008.

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Subject:   Iraq War, 2003- --Law and legislation--Digests. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners of war, American. Torture--United States.

Title: U.S. Dept. of Justice Summaries of New Court Decisions -- September 2009

URL: http://www.justice.gov/oip/foiapost/2009foiapost21.htm

Description: Contains summaries of the court decisions pertaining to the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp that were received by Office of Information Policy during the month of September 2009.

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Subject:   Iraq War. 2003- --Law and legislation--Digests. Military interrogation--United States--Evaluation. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, American. Torture--United States.

Title: FOIA Post (2009): Summaries of New [Federal Court] Decisions -- January 2009

URL: http://www.justice.gov/oip/foiapost/2009foiapost3.htm

Description: Contains summaries of [Federal] court decisions pertaining to the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp that were received by Office of Information Policy during the month of January 2009.

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Subject:   Iraq War, 2003- --Law and legislation--Digests. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners of war, American. Torture--United States.

Title: U.S. Dept. of Justice: Summaries of New [Federal Court] Decisions -- June 2008

URL: http://www.justice.gov/oip/foiapost/summariesnewdecisionsjune08.htm

Description: Contains summaries of the court decisions pertaining to the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp that were received by Office of Information Policy during the month of June 2008.

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Subject:   Iraq War, 2003- --Law and legislation--Digests. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners of war, American. Torture--United States.

Title: United Nations

URL: http://www.un.org/

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URL: http://www.witnessagainsttorture.com/

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Title: Witness against Torture: A Campaign to Shut down Guantanamo

URL: http://www.witnesstorture.org/

Description: At our inception, with the December 5-17, 2005: Walk to Guantanamo to Visit the Prisoners, Witness Against Torture was a group of friends who-- as Americans and Catholics-- walked to Guantanamo to visit the prisoners, to perform a work of mercy, to respond to the victims of the war on terrorism. Once we returned from that journey, we began to organize more broadly to shut down Guantanamo, working with interfaith, human rights and activists' organizations. We have planned a series of nonviolent direct actions to expose and decry the administration's lawlessness, build awareness about torture and indefinite detention amongst Americans and forge human ties with the prisoners at Guantanamo and their families.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and Prisons, American.

Title: National Security Archive: The Torture Archive

URL: http://www2.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/torture_archive/index.htm

Description: The National Security Archive announces (8/25/2009) the publication of the Torture Archive -- more than 83,000 pages of primary source documents (and thousands more to come) related to the detention and interrogation of individuals by the United States, in connection with the conduct of hostilities in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as in the broader context of the "global war on terror." The goal of the Torture Archive is to become the online institutional memory for essential evidence on torture in U.S. policy. Many of these documents are available in multiple locations on the Internet and in numerous private collections, thanks to landmark Freedom of Information Act and habeas litigation, leaks from whistleblowers, public relations releases from government, investigative reporting by journalists including the Torturing Democracy team, and Congressional investigations. But the disparate locations, enormous volume of documents, and lack of indexing or standard cataloging have presented real difficulties for users. With support from the Open Society Institute and the JEHT Foundation since 2006, the National Security Archive has undertaken to bring together all these materials in digital formats, organize and catalog them for maximum utility and access, and publish them online in multiple packages including a comprehensive searchable database. By combining released executive branch policy memoranda, legal documents from U.S. and foreign courts, and on-the-ground information about actual practices by the U.S. military and intelligence personnel, the Torture Archive presents a comprehensive view of the war on terrorism, its foundations and its implications. This initial launch of the Torture Archive includes the complete set of declassified Combatant Status Review Tribunal and Administrative Review Board files from the Pentagon, and thousands of documents resulting from FOIA litigation brought by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Archive and other plaintiffs. The Torture Archive will continue to add documents as they are released through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation or Executive discretion.

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Subject:   Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

URL: https://ccrjustice.org/home/what-we-do/active-cases

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URL: https://nsarchive.gwu.edu/project/torture-archive/

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URL: https://oig.justice.gov/semiannual/0811/fbi.htm

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URL: https://oig.justice.gov/testimony/t0806/

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URL: https://oig.justice.gov/testimony/t0806a/

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Title: Reprieve, 100 Days to Close Guantánamo and End Torture

URL: https://reprieve.org.uk/

Description: Reprieve is a London based organization that uses the law to enforce the human rights of prisoners, from death row to Guantánamo Bay, and provides legal support to prisoners unable to pay for it themselves.Reprieve prioritises the cases of prisoners accused of the most extreme crimes, such as acts of murder or terrorism, as it is in such cases that human rights are most likely to be jettisoned or eroded. Reprieve focuses on cases involving the world’s most powerful governments, especially those that should be upholding the highest standards when it comes to fair trials. Reprieve has 25 full-time staff in London, five Fellows in the USA, two Fellows in Pakistan and countless volunteers around the world. We support President Obama's executive order to close the Guantanamo prison. But it must be closed not just on paper, but in reality. After seven years of detaining hundreds of men without trial, a one year timeline for closing Guantanamo is unacceptable. For the over 70 men currently on hunger strike in Guantanamo, it has been seven years too long. We want justice now. Witness Against Torture announces a campaign to close the U.S. detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and end torture and rendition by the U.S. within the first 100 days of the new administration. With Barack Obama taking office, we have a historic opportunity to reverse the disastrous policies of the last eight years.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp Torture--United States Iraq War, 2003---Prisoners and prisons, American 100 Days to Close Guantanamo & End Torture. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Iraq War 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, American. Torture--United States.

Title: Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedure

URL: https://secure.wikileaks.org/leak/gitmo-sop.pdf

Description: Contains the United States Dept. of Defense Joint Task Force Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO) standard operating procedures (SOP) for Camp Delta (Guantanamo Bay prison), 2003 and related documents. This is the primary document for the operation of Guantanamo bay, including the securing and treatment of detainees. The document is extensive and includes, in addition to text various forms, identity cards and even Muslim burial instructions. It is signed by Major General Miller, who Donald Rumsfeld later sent to Abu Ghraib to "Gitmoize it". The document is also the subject of an ongoing legal action between the ACLU, which has been trying to obtain it, and the Department of Defense, which has withheld it in full. Wikileaks is a multi-jurisdictional organization to protect internal dissidents, whistleblowers, journalists and bloggers who face legal or other threats related to publishing. Wikileaks provides a forum for the entire global community to relentlessly examine any document for its credibility, plausibility, veracity and validity.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, American.

URL: https://vault.fbi.gov/Guantanamo%20/

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Title: Camp Delta Standard Operating Procedure

URL: https://wikileaks.org/wiki/Camp_Delta_Standard_Operating_Procedure

Description: Contains the United States Dept. of Defense Joint Task Force Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO) standard operating procedures (SOP) for Camp Delta (Guantanamo Bay prison), 2003 and related documents. This is the primary document for the operation of Guantanamo bay, including the securing and treatment of detainees. The document is extensive and includes, in addition to text various forms, identity cards and even Muslim burial instructions. It is signed by Major General Miller, who Donald Rumsfeld later sent to Abu Ghraib to "Gitmoize it". The document is also the subject of an ongoing legal action between the ACLU, which has been trying to obtain it, and the Department of Defense, which has withheld it in full. Wikileaks is a multi-jurisdictional organization to protect internal dissidents, whistleblowers, journalists and bloggers who face legal or other threats related to publishing. Wikileaks provides a forum for the entire global community to relentlessly examine any document for its credibility, plausibility, veracity and validity.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp. Iraq War, 2003- --Prisoners and prisons, American.

Title: American Civil Liberties Union, Close Gitmo & End Military Commissions

URL: https://www.aclu.org/close-guantanamo

Description: Close Gitmo & End Military Commissions is a website of the American Civil Liberties union Accountability for Torture Project.

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Subject:   Torture--United States. Iraq War, 2003- --Moral and ethical aspects--United States. Human rights--United States. Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba)

URL: https://www.aclu.org/feature/accountability-torture/

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URL: https://www.aclu.org/feature/close-guantanamo/

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URL: https://www.aclu.org/issues/national-security/

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Title: American Civil Liberties Union, Safe and Free

URL: https://www.aclu.org/keep-america-safe-and-free-0

Description: National Security: SAFE AND FREE AT HOME There has never been a more urgent need to preserve fundamental privacy protections and our system of checks and balances than the need we face today, as illegal government spying, provisions of the Patriot Act and government-sponsored torture programs transcend the bounds of law and our most treasured values in the name of national security. Throughout U.S. history "national security" has often been used as a pretext for massive violations of individual rights. The terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 mobilized our country in the fight against terrorism. However, this also launched a serious civil liberties crises. The ACLU continues to challenge policies like the USA Patriot Act, and creates campaigns like Safe and Free.

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Subject:   Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Cuba) Torture--United States. Iraq War 2003- --Prisons and Prisoners, American.

URL: https://www.justice.gov/oip/blog/foia-post-2007-summaries-new-decisions-august-2007/

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URL: https://www.justice.gov/oip/blog/foia-post-2008-summaries-new-decisions-june-2008/

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URL: https://www.justice.gov/oip/blog/foia-post-2008-summaries-new-decisions-october-2008/

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URL: https://www.justice.gov/oip/blog/foia-post-2009-summaries-new-decisions-january-2009/

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URL: https://www.justice.gov/oip/blog/foia-post-2009-summaries-new-decisions-september-2009

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