1. Vijay Padmanabhan- Guantanamo As A Catalyst For Change


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    In 50 years, he thinks people will see Guantanamo as one of several American challenges to civil liberties, but he hopes it will also be seen as a catalyst for overdue developments in international law.

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    • Vijay Padmanabhan- Moving Beyond Guantanamo's Early Years


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      The American public conflates the two separate issues of Guantanamo- the mistreatment of detainees in the early years and the need to detain people indefinitely. Guantanamo is still open because Presidents Bush and Obama, as well as Congress, agree indefinite detention without criminal trial is sometimes necessary.

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      • Vijay Padmanabhan- Detainee Identification Problems


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        In the war on terror it is difficult to figure out who is a combatant and who was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. When the U.S. does not grant the detainees P.O.W. status, which gives them immunity for battlefield action, detainees have no incentive to be honest.

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        • 22/09/2009 Archive: Calais Jungle Refugee Camp Eviction


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          HD Footage available from www.reportdigital.co.uk © Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital.co.uk Selected scene from the Calais Jungle refugee camp eviction in September 2009. The full www.reportdigital.co.uk files here. Refugees Awaiting The Eviction: http://bit.ly/1m3WEXj The Jungle Eviction http://bit.ly/1jmkVcw http://bit.ly/QQzkAS http://bit.ly/RIrgmu Detained Refugees Lead Away: http://bit.ly/1jUrldf Jungle Camp Demolished: http://bit.ly/TtNmuz Immigration Minister Besson: http://bit.ly/1sU1d7A © Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital.co.uk

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          • General Wesley Clark: Disloyal Americans Should Be Held as Prisoners of War


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            General Wesley Clark Suggests Disloyal Americans Should be Held as Prisoners of War for the Duration of the War On Terror. - More Complete Story: http://wp.me/p2FjTj-615

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            • A Refugees's Tale: Habib


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              © Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital.co.uk HD footage available from www.reportdigital.co.uk. Filmed 15/10/2009: I met Habib while working on a story of the Calais migrants for Associated Press. It was a month after the police had cleared the Jungle camp and some 500 refugees were living rough on the streets, living under the bridges to shelter from the increasingly bad weather. Habib did not want to be identified, as this could hamper his chances of seeking asylum in the UK. His story tells of working as a translator for coalition forces in Afghanistan but when US forces attacked his home village and killed 47 people, including some of his relatives, the villagers blamed him for the attack. They killed his colleague and he had to flee the country. © Jason N. Parkinson/reportdigital.co.uk HD footage available from www.reportdigital.co.uk. Terms These video are for viewing only and may not be embedded or otherwise published without permission. For our full Terms & Pricing see: http://www.reportdigital.co.uk

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              • Nazriya-e-Pakistan Documentary


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                Exposing the anti-Pakistan elements and proxies, emphasizing the impact of 4GW, discriminating truth from the false. A documentary for Muslims to watch as a MUST!

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                • The 7/7 London Bombings - Ten Years On - ClandesTime 053


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                  http://www.spyculture.com/clandestime-053-the-77-london-bombings-ten-years-on/ I look back on the 2005 London bombings and explain why I think the 7/7 movement failed. From predictive programming to infiltration, from bigoted truth celebrities to propaganda, I offer my take on why the effort to bring about a proper investigation of the London bombings did not succeed. This is a cautionary tale that involves quite a lot of swearing.

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                  • No-way Street


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                    In the days and weeks after the 7 July 2005 bombs cordoned areas and blocked streets became a common feature of Central London. The strategy of producing public spaces of exception, which the increased security deemed necessary, disrupted the pedestrian's everyday navigation of the city. As regular pathways were rerouted along side streets and down unfamiliar alleys, the city became a strange place, an increasingly abstracted experience. No-way Street enacts the discombobulating effect of such orientation realignment through a series of multiple short video and audio loop sequences of blocked streets, diverted pedestrians and police cordons, constructed as a spatial and temporal matrix.

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                    • Samantha Power on Guantanamo Bay (2003)


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                      In this clip from "Now with Bill Moyers," Samantha Power explains why the interrogations and torture at Guantanamo Bay fly in the face of the framers' Bill of Rights. -- October 17, 2003

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