Today is my 4th scheduled trip to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, since January 2017, the month of the inauguration. The first three of these early 2017 war crimes pre-trial hearings were cancelled, the last one just hours before our military flight was scheduled to depart Andrews Air Force base. 701 more words
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I was nominated by the Military Commission Observation Project (MCOP) of the Indiana University McKinney School of Law and confirmed by the Pentagon to travel to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to monitor military commission hearings in the case against Abd al Hadi al Iraqi, who has requested to be called Nashwan al Tamir, from 9 – 14 January 2017. 972 more words
Did you receive a rare Pentagon invitation to travel to Guantanamo Bay for war crimes hearings?
If so, are you searching for info on how to prepare for a Guantanamo trip, what to pack, will your U.S. 471 more words
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) fly to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for ringside seats at U.S. Military Commission war crimes proceedings. NGOs, which tend to focus on human rights issues, attend, observe, analyze, critique and report on what they see and hear at Guantanamo. 1,027 more words
Leontiy Korolev, a graduate of Indiana University McKinney School of Law, traveled to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba on Memorial Day weekend to observe hearings in the U.S. 92 more words