Panel Discussion on Guantanamo, with three retired military leaders and Human Rights First

On Thursday, November 18, Human Rights First will be leading a discussion on how best to restore America’s global reputation and keep the United States safe in a post-Guantánamo Bay world. The panel is free and open to the public – we’d love to have you there!

Co-Hosted by Human Rights First and the Human Security Law Program at William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Virginia, the panel will feature three of the country’s most distinguished retired military leaders. The panelists are among the retired military officers who stood behind President Obama on his second day in office as he signed the Executive Orders banning torture and ordering the closure of the Guantanamo detention facility by January 2010.
Read the media advisory for details


Published on November 18, 2009


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