Emi MacLean from the Center for Constitutional Rights discusses Friday’s New York Times story about Robert Gates’s attempt to have the Guantánamo prison closed and how he was thwarted by the attorney general and vice president, how at least two people were held there for two years after being determined to simply be refugees rather than terrorists, and her belief that many of the people there are innocent.
MP3 here. (10:39)
Emi MacLean is a Legal Fellow with the Guantánamo Global Justice Initiative at the Center for Constitutional Rights.[audio:http://dissentradio.com/charles/aw0323emimaclean.mp3]