“The Right to Be Present”

The Washington Post published an article on Thursday, which explained that Guantanamo prisoners were only allowed to attend the first full habeas corpus hearing via audio link. And a nonfunctional link at that. Sensing absurdity, I wrote a letter to the editor, which the Post graciously printed.

Apologies to anyone who might have seen a briefly visible post on this issue earlier. I pulled it down when I realized that the Post might run the letter.

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One response to ““The Right to Be Present”

  1. I stumbled upon your blog by accident. Pretty informative post. See ya, Oliver Holoff ~ tinypocketpeople

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