1. Cliff Sloan- Single Greatest Way to Combat Terrorism

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    Guantanamo is a friction point with many countries around the world. It undermines our alliances and our collective security. The public doesn't understand that both the Bush and Obama Administrations have agreed it needs to close.

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    • Ricardo Urbina- Finding Order Out of Chaos

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      U.S. District Court judges tried to prove to the world how fair the American system of justice could be. The actions of Congress and the Bush and Obama Administrations reflected the anger in the community, while it was the court's duty to rule without emotion.

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      • William Lietzau- We Need An Endgame

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        If, at the end of the war, the remaining people at Guantanamo cannot be prosecuted, they should be released even if it puts human lives at risk. It was not wrong to go to war, but we need an end game. Terrorism is not going to go away, so ultimately we need to fight it with law enforcement.

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        • William Lietzau- Constantly in a Little Bit of War

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          If 19-year-old soldiers are given the choice to kill an enemy soldier with legal authority or capture the soldier knowing they will need to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he committed a crime, they will be incentivized to kill. We must not become too comfortable with a sanitized and far-off version of war.

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          • William Lietzau- Are Drone Strikes Legal

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            Drone strikes are legal in wartime if the target is killable under the law of war. The few key legal issues that dictate whether drone strikes are legal: we must be in an armed conflict and in legitimate air space.

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            • Guantánamo Diary (Short Clip 1 of 3)

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              This is an excerpt from a full length program. Though never charged with a crime, Mohamedou Ould Slahi has been imprisoned at the Guantánamo Bay detention camp since 2002. His deeply personal diary—an unprecedented publishing event as the first ever book published by a still-imprisoned detainee—is a terrifying (and darkly humorous) chronicle of a vivid miscarriage of justice. To discuss the book and the case, longtime human rights activist and editor of Slahi’s book, Larry Siems, joins Slahi’s lawyer, Nancy Hollander, whose practice is devoted to criminal cases (including that of Chelsea E. Manning) involving national security issues.

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              • Guantánamo Diary (Short Clip 2 of 3)

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                This is an excerpt from a full length program.Though never charged with a crime, Mohamedou Ould Slahi has been imprisoned at the Guantánamo Bay detention camp since 2002. His deeply personal diary—an unprecedented publishing event as the first ever book published by a still-imprisoned detainee—is a terrifying (and darkly humorous) chronicle of a vivid miscarriage of justice. To discuss the book and the case, longtime human rights activist and editor of Slahi’s book, Larry Siems, joins Slahi’s lawyer, Nancy Hollander, whose practice is devoted to criminal cases (including that of Chelsea E. Manning) involving national security issues.

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                • Guantánamo Diary (Short Clip 3 of 3)

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                  This is an excerpt from a full length program. Though never charged with a crime, Mohamedou Ould Slahi has been imprisoned at the Guantánamo Bay detention camp since 2002. His deeply personal diary—an unprecedented publishing event as the first ever book published by a still-imprisoned detainee—is a terrifying (and darkly humorous) chronicle of a vivid miscarriage of justice. To discuss the book and the case, longtime human rights activist and editor of Slahi’s book, Larry Siems, joins Slahi’s lawyer, Nancy Hollander, whose practice is devoted to criminal cases (including that of Chelsea E. Manning) involving national security issues.

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                  • Obama on Holiday

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                    • GUANTANAMO Andy Worthington

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                      Investigative reporter Andy Worthington has searched the trail of those held captive in Guantanamo. International Law and Geneva Convention of the rules of warfare were not apparent in the process. Many victims were sold to us just for the handsome rewards we handed out. Others were taken merely because their stories for being in Afghanistan were not believed or immediately verifiable. Many succumbed to torture--their stories will not be known.

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