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The Not-So-Secret Man

Last Name: 
Wizner
First Name: 
Ben
Narrative Name: 
The Not-So-Secret Man
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Watt and Wizner_The Not.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Watt and Wizner_The Not.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
how the client was captured
General Tags: 
Germany, Lebenon, secret detention sites, CIA rendition, torture, Albania
Author Name: 
Ben Wizner
Author Bio: 
Ben Wizner has been a staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union since 2001.

Lost and Found

Last Name: 
Docke
First Name: 
Bernard
Narrative Name: 
Lost and Found
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Docke_Lost.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Docke_Lost.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
Powerlessness of lawyers
General Tags: 
Pakistan, Afghanistan, Germany, US Embassy, Turkish government, rule of law, criminal defense lawyer, torture, International law, international relations, diplomatic pressure, European Parliament, Council of Europe, Guantanamo Bay, Human Rights Organizations, Supreme Court, justice, Baher Azmy, CSRT, Taliban, Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Bush, media, Kandahar, CIA, Turkey, German Defense Ministry, Prime Minister Frank Walter Steinmeier, MCA
Author Name: 
Bernard Docke
Author Bio: 
Bernard Docke is a partner at Dr. Heinrich Hannover und Partner in Bremen, Germany.

Murat Kurnaz Lawyer Narrative

Last Name: 
Azmy
First Name: 
Baher
Narrative Name: 
Murat Kurnaz Lawyer Narrative
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Azmy_Murat.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Azmy_Murat.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
Guantanamo as a "geopolitical cancer" OR faith of the imprisoned innocent
General Tags: 
military police, Guantanamo Bay, Camp Echo, client interviews, Supreme Court, Rasul v. Bush, Bush Administration, detention, language barrier, translator, Germany, dehumanization, September 11, Osama Bin Laden, Hamas, terrorism, al Qaeda, Taliban, FOIA, Department of Defense, habeas petition, protective order, recording device, torture, Islam, military tribunal, Bernhard Docke, interrogations
Author Name: 
Baher Azmy
Author Bio: 
Baher Azmy is a Professor at Seton Hall University School of Law in Newark, New Jersey.
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