Thursday Reading

Some interesting things worthy of your browser’s attention:

A study shows that US courts convict 91% in terrorism trials. Moreover, the trials did not leak national secrets or endanger surrounding communities. (Reuters)

Andy Serwer talks about how the decision of which detainees are tried by military commissions is essentially arbitrary. (The American Prospect)

Watch Andy Worthington talk about closing Guantanamo on Al-Jazeera (Andy Worthington)

UN rights invesigators are denied access to Guantanamo (Jurist)

Reading the pictures at Bagram (Huffpost)


Published on July 23, 2009


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