Scott Horton Interviews Andy Worthington

Scott Horton, June 26, 2009

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Andy Worthington, author of The Guantanamo Files, discusses longtime CIA ghost-prisoner Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi, Guantanamo habeas corpus cases that reveal most “evidence” is from confessions by other prisoners made under duress, Bagram’s function as a SCOTUS-free zone and Dick Cheney’s supposed 9-11 transformation into, well, Dick Cheney.

MP3 here. (27:55)

Andy Worthington writes for Counterpunch, the Future of Freedom Foundation and Antiwar.com. He is the author of The Guantanamo Files and blogs at AndyWorthington.co.uk.

7 Responses to “Andy Worthington”

  1. The spelling is 'habeas corpus'.

    And while we're at it, why does the good and estimable Mr Horton have such difficulty in pronouncing non-English names which he has heard others pronounce correctly on numerous occasions? We all have the same speech organs, whether or not we are strange brown people with funny hats. It ain't cute, Mr Horton — make an effort. Words are your tools, so get them right.

  2. How is 'hdg' pronounced? There aren't even any vowels to work with.

  3. You should use one of the many freeware MP3 editors (ex. MP3Tag) to add a logo to your MP3 files.

  4. 1 I didn't write the summary.

    2 Sorry, I dun tried to talk best as I could.

    –Scott

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